Kamala Harris has $2M post-debate, when Biden’s new stumble has race

nearvideo Kamala Harris to face Joe Biden in a tense exchange on race

Biden exhibits the dismal performance during the debate; a political power panel, reaction and analysis on ” The Ingraham angle.’

Sen. Kamala Harris ” campaign reported its best online fundraising day in the 24 hours after Thursday’s primary debate, where you have to put Joe Biden on his heels, about his civil rights record, while the former Vice President found himself embroiled in yet another race controversy as he tried to clean up his Miami performance.

The campaign, said in a brief statement on Saturday that they raised more than $2 million online-in this period, from 63,277 people, with the majority of them new employees.


“We have momentum,” Harris, communications director Lily said Adams. “According to their dominant debate performance, where she proved she is the candidate best suited to pursue the case against four more years of Donald Trump, supporters in this country support our campaign, because they saw how their empathy, their passion and their direct focus on the issues the people up in the night.”

The campaign has a special increase in donations from the early voting States of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.


This, after Harris stole the spotlight with their interview of Biden on his opposition to four decades, from the Federal government charged with the desegregation busing, reminded them of their own history in buses as a child.

Your campaign is trying to cleverly capitalize on the clearly planned confrontation — tweeting moments to quote later on, a picture of Harris as a child with her on the stage, “The little girl I was,” and sell for $30 shirts with the same, although the latter generates to move some of the online criticism, which made it powerful in the moment seem less authentic.

, Meanwhile, adamantly defended his basic rights, then draw Biden both in Miami and in Chicago the next day.

“I listened and I heard, and I respect Senator Harris. But we all know that 30 to 60 seconds and on to a campaign debate, the exchange can not meet the life-long commitment to civil rights,” Biden said at an event organized by Rev. Jesse Jackson ‘ s Rainbow PUSH Coalition. You can talk directly to Jackson, he said: “I know, you know, I fought my heart in order to ensure citizens’ rights and election law, and equal rights, everywhere.”

Biden then insisted that he “never, never, never, never against the voluntary busing.”

But also during the defence of his own records, Biden still in to the temptation of controversy. He said he saw a society in which everyone recognizes the “child in the hoodie the next poet could laureate and not a gangbanger.”

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, a 2020 Democratic presidential rival, called Biden on his choice of words, said in a tweet that the issue was more than just a hoodie.

“It’s about a culture that sees a problem with a kid wearing a hoodie in the first place. Our candidate must have to speak the language of race in a far more constructive way,” said Booker, who along with Harris, they pushed back against the comments by Biden, a week earlier, in which he nostalgically to the “courtesy” he kept during his time in the Senate, with two of the racial segregation Democrats in the 1970s, in spite of their distance in the ideology.


It remains unclear whether Biden, who passed numerous controversies has. while its front Democratic presidential primary campaign a hit in the polls or fundraising of its performance

But for Harris, the breakout moment could be critical. In the last few months, it was overshadowed by Biden and other top-tier rivals such as Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and by the meteoric rise of South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg will be liable.


Asked after the debate, what would be your follow-up, Harris Fox News’ Peter Doocy said, “pursue the case against Donald Trump.”

The former California attorney General and San Francisco state’s attorney went into the debate in the hope that the case to a national audience, thanks to their prosecution skills, you would be the best democratic candidate to go toe-to-toe with a Republican President trump.

The Biden campaign, defends his candidate.

“If you want to be Vice-President told reporters, Biden’s record on civil rights against someone else on the stage, he will stand the test of time,” a senior adviser to Symone Sanders directly after the debate.

Biden, who is appreciated by many Democrats for his tireless efforts to help others, the party members on the election campaign, his eight years as former President Barack Obama, the right-hand man, and his story of overcoming the devastating personal tragedies appeared shocked at the question, Harris.


His top aides characterized the contentious moment as a “low blow.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Kelly Phares and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular