nearvideo Kamala Harris pitches $ 100 billion plan to combat Trump’s” war on rural America”
Response from Dear America podcast host Graham All.
In a bizarre back-and-forth on your participation, Kamala Harris said Saturday that she would, in fact, go in a criminal justice forum in South Carolina, despite the very public to announce, they would.the event of boycott by a sponsoring group is the decision to be an award for President Trump
The 2020 presidential candidate announced on Friday that they skip the 2019 Second step, presidential-Justice-Forum at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina, after the 20/20 cross-y Justice Center, the President received for his contributions to the pass sweeping criminal justice reform legislation.
Harris, D-Calif., and Trump is a traded barbs on Twitter on Saturday morning, with trump calling Harris “a bad candidate for President fail,” and Harris suggests that the President is a “thug.”
TRUMP BLASTS “BAD PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE’ KAMALA HARRIS IS FAIL ABOUT A BOYCOTT OF THE FORUM
But at lunchtime, Harris had come to, with a campaign, the announcement that she, in fact, participate in the forum with their campaign challenge that they successfully pressured the group that they awarded the President be allowed to fall, as a sponsor.
“After Senator Kamala Harris stood up and disagreed with their group the award of Trump and without HBCU students from participating, which was removed 20/20 non-partisan justice Center, as a sponsor for the criminal justice forum at Benedict College,” Harris campaign, said in a statement on Saturday. “After their removal, Harris announced that she will join to discuss students, mayor Steve Benjamin and in the wider Columbia community on the campus of Benedict critical issues for the country’s justice system.”
Harris, at the event, explains her flip-flop in the presence of the Reporter.
“Let me just be clear, so you can hear from me,” she said. “I refused to come, because honestly, Benedict said College students were excluded, and also I said I would not come because I could not believe that Donald Trump would be given an award, as it relates to the criminal law reform.”
She added: “This is someone who disregards the voices that have fought for justice and sacrificed to create the leadership to justice in this system.”
“Who dares, dares, the words lynching on the floor of South Carolina, where blood was shed, he dares to compare himself to the people on the wrong side of the system,” she went on, referring to the president’s use of the word “lynching” in this week, as he described the house, the formal charge of the investigation as such. “This is inappropriate.”
TO BOYCOTT KAMALA HARRIS FORUM IN PROTEST TRUMP AWARD: “HE IS A LAWLESS PRESIDENT”
A spokesman for the 20/20 non-partisan justice Center did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
The organization on Friday, the President for his administration to hand over the work to Act on the First step, received the grant early release to thousands of nonviolent offenders, the prisons currently serving time in Federal.
President Donald Trump with the cross-y ” justice Award from Matthew Charles, right, one of the first prisoners released, the Action by the First step, while the “2019 Second step, presidential Justice Forum” at Benedict College, Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, in Columbia, S. C.
TAMMY BRUCE SLAMS HILLARY CLINTON FOR HER COMMENTS ON ELIJAH CUMMINGS’ FUNERAL
The First step Act legislation received bipartisan support—including from Harris.
The senator has come under fire for their own record on criminal justice reform, but their campaign consistently on the progressive aspects of your career as a state propagated a lawyer and later attorney General of the state of California, which is the introduction of a proposal for the Federal bail reform, and the legalization of marijuana, which is part of their comprehensive criminal justice reform agenda, as rolled by your campaign.
From the middle of the week, polls, Harris showed behind the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the top contenders for the 2020 democratic nomination, by almost 22 points, drawing only 5.3 per cent support, according to real clear politics.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP
A recent Fox News poll also showed Harris with 5 percent support in the race.
Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran contributed to this report.