in the vicinityVideoBiden, Harris will unveil new policy plans prior to the second democratic debates
In 2020, the White house hopefuls are trying to attacks and avoid dispute.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., back on their support for the decriminalization of illegal border crossing, then immediately reversed course and said she was in favor of it.
Harris was among the Democrats who raised their hands during a June debate asked whether they were in favor of decriminalization. But if Megan McCain asked her about it directly on “The view,” Harris refused, only to immediately contradict themselves.
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“This is not right, I’m in favor of decriminalization or not, the consequence, let me be very clear, we have a secure border, but I’m not to say that we are going to treat people without papers across the border like criminals, that’s right, that’s right,” Harris said Friday.
The goal is to clarify the confusion, McCain said, “I believe that when someone crosses the border illegally, it is illegal. And you would decriminalize.”
Harris confirmed this, and said: “I would not make it a crime, punishable by prison. It is an enforcement of a civil issue, not a criminal law enforcement Problem.”
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The fast flip-flop was only the last muddling or backtracking Harris done when it comes to important democratic political questions. At one point she had spoken, Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for All plan is the recognition that the private insurance, then changed to assert their stance to be against the elimination of private health insurance.
Harris is also a former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the current democratic front-runner is attacked is known to integrate for his past opposition to federally mandated busing schools. Days later, they appeared the same attitude Biden have in the question.
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“I think the busing, I believe in the toolbox of what is available and what can be said to be used for the goal of desegregating America’s schools,” Harris, but when it is pressed, whether you believe in a federally mandated busing, she answered, “that every tool in the toolbox, should be taken into account by a school district.”
In response to this Biden the other day in a CNN interview, “I think if you take a look, our positions are different as we find out.”
Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.