'New Obama' Kamala Harris is Trump's biggest 2020 threat

'New Obama' Kamala Harris is Trump's biggest 2020 threat

'New Obama' Kamala Harris is Trump's biggest 2020 threat

She's got the shibboleths and the bromides grievances and the identity markers down to a T. She has now taken the plunge into the contest for the Democrats' 2020 presidential nomination.

Shortly after announcing her candidacy on Martin Luther King Jr.

DeJear was Iowa's first African American to win a primary for statewide office previous year, but lost in her attempt to unseat Iowa's Republican secretary of state.

So far she has largely evaded attempts to pigeonhole her, allowing supporters to pitch her as a candidate that can unite the disparate...

By launching her campaign early - a year before any primary votes are cast - the California lawmaker leapfrogs several party luminaries waiting in the wings, and a few already in the race, to become the de facto frontrunner. Bernie Sanders is one of them.

U.S. senator Kamala Harris during her presidential campaign launch. While noting Harris' prior association with former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, Limbaugh posed the question: "What's the difference between Stormy Daniels and Kamala Harris?".

Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand of NY and Elizabeth Warren of MA, who have taken steps toward presidential bids of their own, also have been confronted with questions about potential liabilities during appearances in Iowa this month.

"We are here because the American Dream and our American democracy are under attack and on the line like never before", Ms Harris said.

During an interview on CBS News, the 65-year-old said he is not always the smartest person in the room but can build teams of people who are "more skilled" than himself.

Well, you just played Senator Harris as saying she wants to abolish the insurance industry. The poll asked voters if it would be a "good thing or a bad thing for the United States to move away from capitalism and more toward socialism".

Harris has faced scrutiny of her background as a prosecutor early in the 2020 presidential discussion. That's why Democrats are panicking over the possibility of a third party candidate like Howard Schultz, former Starbucks CEO, who could siphon off many anti-Trump votes by not running as a complete loony. But he took a traditional approach with his first 2019 landing in Iowa as a likely presidential candidate. She added, "Here's what I think".

Jay Yarnell, 67, a retired chemical engineer from suburban Des Moines who serves as a Democratic precinct captain, was one of those who came to see Hickenlooper at the bar. The Republican National Committee shared the clip, and also said that her plan would cost $32.6 trillion, eliminate private plans, "devastate" Medicare and "double your income taxes". He's booked for Thursday as part of a "Dignity of Work" tour that he plans to begin on Wednesday in his home state.

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