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Tucker Carlson describes Kamala Harris’ withdrawal from the 2020 presidential race.
The former presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., an unfair double standard, was taken and trashed by the media in their quest for the White house, said, by 2020, a candidate Julián Castro on Tuesday.
The former Housing and Urban Development secretary in the Obama administration called the media coverage of Harris ” campaign “something else”, a short time after exposed to the senator, your campaign.
“The way that the media have been treated, Sr., Harris, the in this campaign is something else,” he said.
To see “In the last couple of days, article from Politico, the New York Times, the Washington Post, which have basically trashed their campaign and focuses only on a small part, and I think, instead of to a different standard. A standard double room.
“It is grossly unfair and unfortunate,” Castro continues. “I’m glad that you are going, the battle in the Senate of the United States. And I think that you and I share a very common vision for the future of our country. I am glad that you are going to fight.”
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He also praised her for running a clean campaign and said he thinks Harris as “a child of immigrants.”
“I would really like to commend Sen. Harris for the race that you run. It is one of the best-qualified persons from running. And in this campaign, she has run her campaign with class and dignity,” he said. They articulated and fought for a vision and for people of different backgrounds-people that a champion need.
“I think about Sen. Harris as a child of immigrants,” Castro added. “As someone who has fought for an America where everybody counts. I’m a big fan of the work you have done in the Senate, and also their struggle for farm workers during this campaign.”
Harris treated tweet your followers with a Monday, by expressing regret, but also promises to continue their fight for justice.
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“To my Fans, it is with deep regret, but also with deep gratitude that I have to stop my campaign today,” she wrote. “But I want to be clear with you: I will continue to fight every day for what this campaign was about. Justice for the people. All of the people.”
Castro made headlines on the democratic debates over the summer with its liberal immigration policy proposals, but could not qualify for the current debate.