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Presidential candidate Kamala Harris has made some bold statements in an interview on Tuesday, calling for the decriminalization of sex work and the labelling of President Trump is a racist.
“If you are talking about adults, I think that Yes, we really should consider that we said that non-consensual behavior, criminalize, as long as no one is harmed,” Senator Harris, D-Calif., The root told. “But at the point that someone is harmed or exploited, then we need to understand is that other thing.”
When asked if she thought sex decriminalized should work, Harris said: “I think so. I have to do.”
She added, however, that the Problem “is not so easy.”
“It is an ecosystem that includes crime, the said damage to the people,” Harris. “I don’t believe that anyone who hurts other people or profit from their exploitation should be … to be free from criminal prosecution.”
Interviewer Terrell Jermaine Starr also Harris asked, “Is President of the Trump a racist?”
“Well look, if you talk about his statement [in response to the violence, the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia], when you replied to talking about him calling the African countries of s—hole” countries, if you talk about him, not related to the immigrants as racists and murderers, I believe that you can reach a different conclusions,” Harris
Starr asked Harris if you “definitely” that the President was a racist.
“I believe so, Yes. Yes.” Harris said.
For his part, in the discussion of his comments about undocumented immigrants, “murderer” and “rapist” Trump insisted, he spoke specifically about the MS-13 gang members and criminals.
But the issue that garnered has to Trump the lion’s share of the criticism.his reaction to the Charlottesville protests, while the neo-marched Nazis and white nationalists in Charlottesville and a counter protester was fatally hit by a car
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“I think it is the fault on both sides,” Trump said in August 2017.
“The ‘both sides’ said gave me an incredible amount of pain and concern,” Harris, The root, the President, the reaction.
Harris is not the first presidential candidate to call Trump a racist. Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., did so last month.
Starr also Harris asked to keep track of whether it was worth the votes of Americans voted for trump, “despite all the racist things he has said.”
“I’m going to compete for every vote; not everyone votes for me, but I am being told to compete for every vote,” Harris.
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Harris said she has rejected the idea of America was a “post-racial” society for the years.
“Race is always said to be a major Problem in America,” Harris.