in the vicinityVideoJoe Biden and Kamala Harris go head-to-head for health care during the presidential debate
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To prove Kamala Harris appeared last month in Miami, that she was ready for the offensive against the 2020 Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden.
So, after Biden referred to the 54-year-old US senator as a “child” on Wednesday, is not it probably seemed like an accident, when Harris referred to the 76-year-old former Vice-President as “Senator” at least twice during the Wednesday, in the debate in Detroit.
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“In response to Senator Biden about the Affordable Care Act, it is important to understand our ‘Medicare for all’ plan has actually described the architect of the Obama Affordable Care Act was one of the most effective ways to the health care for all,” said Harris, at one point during the debate.
“Senator Biden, will keep your plan and allow insurance companies, the stay in the status quo, doing business as usual”,” Harris said later.
The references to the Biden of the days represents Delaware in the U.S. Senate irk-Andrew Bates appeared, the “rapid response” Director for the Biden campaign.
“Fact check: @Senator ‘” Bates is not Joe Biden wrote on Twitter.
Before the debate, Biden, Harris was welcomed to the debate stage in Detroit.
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“Go easy on me, child,” Biden said, in an apparent reference to the dispute between the candidates in Miami last month.
“Kid?”, a came the-word-answer from Ian Sams, Harris’s national press secretary.
In June, Harris aggressively went after Biden on the debate stage in Miami, to criticize him for remarks he had made about his ability to find common ground, in the 1970s, the racial segregation that senators, with whom he does not agree, and about his opposition decades ago to federally mandated school busing.
To move to the influence of Harris’, was almost immediately: Biden somewhat lost his lead in the polls, while Harris’ climbed numbers.
Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn, and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this story.