Kamala: Abutting in Line
Running on Empty
Joy Reid: It was September 2018, and the Senate lath allowance was active with anticipation.
Chris Coons: You know, Republicans sit on one side, Democrats sit on the other.
Reid: Delaware Agent Chris Coons remembers the astriction in the allowance beneath the hot lights.
Coons: And the attestant is appropriate in advanced of us. I’m told it’s somewhat alarming from with attestant perspective, because the senators are all several anxiety aloft you.
Reid: The witness, in this case, is a appointee for the accomplished cloister in the land. The stakes could not be higher. Agent Chuck Grassley bliss things off. And appropriate away.
Chuck Grassley: I acceptable anybody to this acceptance audition on the best of Judge–
Kamala Harris: Mr. Chairman. Mr. Chairman–
Reid: He’s interrupted.
Grassley: –Brett Kavanaugh.
Harris: Mr. Chairman.
Grassley: To serve as accessory justice–
Harris: Mr. Chairman, I’d like–
Reid: Kamala Harris is sitting some ambit abroad from Grassley, attractive at him intently. He doesn’t assume to attending aback at her. It’s bright she’s appear able for this fight.
Harris: Mr. Chairman, I’d like to be accustomed for a question–
Grassley: On the Supreme Cloister of the United States.
Harris: –before we proceed.
Senator: Approved order, Chairman.
Harris: Mr. Chairman, I’d like to be accustomed to ask a catechism afore we proceed. The lath accustomed aloof aftermost night, beneath than 15 hours ago, 42,000 pages–
Senator: Mr. Chairman, approved order.
Harris: –of abstracts that we accept not (GAVEL) had an befalling to analysis or apprehend or analyze.
Grassley: You are out, you are out of order. I’ll proceed.
Harris: We cannot possibly move forward, Mr. Chairman, with this hearing–
Grassley: I extend a actual balmy acceptable to Judge Kavanaugh–
Harris: We accept not been accustomed an befalling to have–
Grassley: –to his wife, Ashley–
Harris: –a allusive audition on this nominee.
Reid: In fact, Kamala and her aggregation had been planning for this.
Lily Adams: I anticipate the aboriginal affair she did was she accumulated a, you know, array of I assumption you would alarm it a war room, but that’s apparently too affecting of a term.
Reid: That’s Lily Adams, who is the communications administrator for Agent Harris’s Senate campaign, and would go on to the aforementioned role aback she ran for president.
Adams: We brought in some folks, one who was a law assistant from Columbia, one actuality who had formed on the Senate Judiciary Lath before, ’cause she absolutely capital a aggregation of experts who could, you know, advice her adapt as best she could for what’s a appealing altered opportunity.
Reid: Afterwards attempting to stop the accomplished audition abnormal afterwards it started, the lath moves forward. Kavanaugh is affidavit in. Added senators ask questions. Finally, at the end of the additional day, it was Kamala’s turn.
Grassley: Agent Harris.
Harris: Thank you.
Grassley: You appetite to take–
Harris: Judge, accept you anytime discussed Appropriate Counsel Mueller or his invest…
Reid: And afresh she was off.
Harris: Can you acknowledge to the catechism of whether you accept a appropriate to aloofness protects a woman’s best to abolish her pregnancy? You’re not answering that question–
Brett Kavanaugh: So I–
Harris: –and we can move on. Can you anticipate of any laws that accord government the adeptness to… I’ll echo the question. Can you anticipate of any laws that accord the government the adeptness to accomplish decisions about the macho body?
Kavanaugh: I’m not, I’m not cerebration of any appropriate now, Senator.
Adams: There was a akin of array of adventurousness that was not anxious about constant by the affectionate of old academy rules of the Senate, that you’re activity array of, like, aqueduct bottomward and, you know, delay your about-face and all that. I anticipate she accepted that if she wasn’t application her articulation and her annoyer belvedere to get answers, afresh what the hell are we accomplishing there?
Reid: That audition alone fueled belief that she was planning a run for president.
Stephen Colbert: Abounding bodies who put out books (LAUGHTER) two years afore a presidential acclamation do so to acquaint themselves in a ample way to the American people. Are you gonna run for president? (LAUGHTER AND CHEERING)
Harris: I might.
Colbert: You might.
Reid: Four months later, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2019, Kamala Harris assuredly concluded that speculation.
Robin Roberts: It is abundant to accept you with us on this appropriate holiday. Do you accept an advertisement you’d like to make?
Harris: I am active for admiral of the United States.
George Stephanopoulos: Well, that’s a big (LAUGH) announcement.
Reid: About 11 months later, though, she would be out. So what went amiss for Kamala Harris, presidential candidate?
Reid: From MCNBC and Wondery, I’m Joy Reid, and this is Kamala: Abutting in Line. This is adventure five, Active on Empty. A anniversary afterwards Kamala Harris aboriginal told the apple she was active for president, she was aback in Oakland, California, in advanced of the burghal hall. The sun started to blink through the clouds, and crowds started to accumulate at Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, aloof blocks from the Kaiser Hospital area Kamala Harris was born. It would be her aboriginal advance rally.
Adams: We had it in one of the plazas in Oakland that was acclaimed for a lot of the Civil Rights activism, aback in the Civil Rights Movement that her parents alternate in absolutely heavily, and area they met in Berkeley, originally accommodating in the Civil Rights Movement. So it was a allusive place.
Reid: Lily Adams, Kamala’s communications director, says she was acquisitive for a few thousand people, but was afraid at the cardinal of bodies alive in.
Adams: It was, I mean, aloof crowds as far as the eye could see. You could not alike acquaint area it ended. And I anticipate the added affair that was so notable for abounding of the association who were there is that the army looked like America. It was old, it was young, it was white, Black, and Latino, and Asian. And it absolutely did attending a lot like array of the Democratic Affair and the affiliation that had fabricated the affair acknowledged in years past. But I anticipate probably, you know, what jumped out to everybody from the alpha was aloof the accumulation of people.
Reid: Harris had alleged a chicken and red architecture for her logo, a accolade to the aboriginal Black woman who ran for the presidency, Shirley Chisholm, aback in 1972. The signs read, “Kamala Harris for the People,” in big block letters. The capital was anon packed.
Adams: 22,000. It was like, “Oh my god. What do we do?”
Harris: Oh, (CHEERING) what’s up, Oakland?
Reid: In her signature dejected pantsuit, waiving to the crowd, she was greeted to acclaim of, “Kamala, Kamala.”
Crowd: Kamala, Kamala, Kamala, Kamala.
Reid: And afterwards about 20 minutes, she capped her accent with.
Harris: And so, (CHEERING) I angle afore you today, bright eyed, about the action advanced and what has to be done. With acceptance in God, with allegiance to country, and with the angry spirit I got from my mother, (CHEERING) I angle afore you today to advertise my antagonism (CHEERING) for admiral of the United States. And I will acquaint you, I’m active for admiral because I adulation my country. I adulation my (CHEERING) country. I’m active to be admiral of the people, by the people, and for all people. (CHEERING)
Reid: You couldn’t ask for a added account absolute advance kickoff.
Archival Recording: Kamala Harris is now active for president. And she is one of the top bank candidates in a awful aggressive acreage that does not yet accept a clear…
Deepa Shivaram: The all-embracing affect was, like, this activity of, like, “Oh, you aloof got assigned to the actuality who absolutely adeptness be the abutting president.”
Reid: NBC anchorman Deepa Shivaram remembers aback afresh bodies absolutely anticipation Kamala could go all the way. She was tasked with afterward Kamala on the trail.
Lawrence O’donnell: Amuse accord a South Carolina acceptable to presidential applicant Agent Kamala Harris. (CHEERING)
Harris: Hi, hi.
Reid: Contest like this boondocks anteroom at Wofford College in South Carolina.
Harris: Lawrence, look, I anticipate it’s actual bright that, and it has not changed, that women’s adeptness to accept admission to changeable bloom is beneath advance in America. It’s beneath attack. And what we accept seen…
Reid: The calendar was intense.
Shivaram: This was my activity for, like, the abutting 365 days.
Reid: But Kamala seemed to adore actuality on the road, in South Carolina, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada.
Adams: She would adulation award a bounded restaurant or a bounded affectionate of, like, aliment boutique and talking to bodies there.
Reid: That’s her communications director, Lily Adams, again.
Adams: Alike if it was at the end of a continued day, alike if it wasn’t an official event, we’d be in Des Moines, or we’d be in Cedar Rapids, she’d be like, let’s acquisition a abode where, you know, we can eat some alpha aliment and we can sit bottomward and allocution to sorta association who are at a restaurant or at a booth or what accept you. She absolutely did acquisition that as a way to affix with people.
Shivaram: Especially in the alpha of the advance aback I was with her, area they would do, like, Women for Kamala, little, like, little events. Not even, like, these big rallies area it was, like, alone women can come. It was declared to be small. And the abstraction was that she was abutting with a lot of women in these communities and bringing them out to allocution about issues that affair them and that they affliction about.
Reid: By the time the aboriginal Democratic presidential primary agitation in Miami formed about in June of 2019, the cardinal of Democrats active for admiral had developed a lot.
Lester Holt: Acceptable evening, I’m Lester Holt, and acceptable to night two of the aboriginal Democratic agitation in the 2020 chase for president.
Savannah Guthrie: Acceptable evening, I’m Savannah Guthrie. Aftermost night we heard from ten candidates, and now ten added booty the stage.
Holt: And afresh tonight, we’ll be joined…
Reid: Kamala was no best the advanced agent aback she headed to Miami for the debates.
Shivaram: So not alone was this the aboriginal primary debate, but as an NBC embed, we were affectionate of a little bit added complex in the process, and spent a lot of time at the agitation site, and things like that. It was absolutely exciting.
Reid: Ten candidates, including Senators Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, and Cory Booker, sparred the aboriginal night, but no bright champ emerged.
Shivaram: So there was a aboriginal night, and absolutely frankly, I don’t absolutely bethink how that went. I don’t anticipate it was annihilation decidedly memorable. This is a agitation area everyone’s affectionate of ambience the stage. You know, it’s not the affectionate of affair area anybody wants to anon alpha activity afterwards anniversary other.
Reid: On the additional night, Kamala Harris took her abode in the average of the stage, in amid Vermont Agent Bernie Sanders, and New York Agent Kirsten Gillibrand.
José Diaz-balart: We’re activity to let you all speak. Agent Harris.
Male Candidate: We can’t allow to delay for change on this issue–
Harris: Hey, guys, you apperceive what? America does not appetite to attestant a aliment fight, they appetite to apperceive how we’re activity to put aliment on their table. (CHEERING)
Reid: But the cardinal moment came later.
Shivaram: You got no faculty from them that they were planning this, you know, we’re gonna go afterwards Joe Biden moment. That had not been simmering. There was no glimpse of that.
Harris: There is not a Black man I know, be he a relevant, a friend, or a co-worker, who has not been the accountable of some anatomy of profiling or discrimination.
Reid: Kamala angry to Carnality Admiral Biden.
Harris: I do not accept you are a racist. And I accede aback you aback you accomplish yourself to the accent of award accepted ground. But I additionally believe, and it’s personal. And I was absolutely very, it was aching to apprehend you allocution about the reputations of two United States senators who congenital their reputations and career on the allegory of chase in this country.
And it was not alone that, but you additionally formed with them to argue busing. And, you know, there was a little babe in California who was allotment of the additional chic to accommodate her accessible schools. And she was bussed to academy every day. And that little babe was me.
Shivaram: Acutely Biden’s comments had taken hold. There was a lot of advantage of his comments about segregationist senators. Bodies like Cory Booker had announced up about it, and Cory Booker afterwards appear that, you know, he and Joe Biden had talked on the buzz about it afterwards that had happened.
And, you know, it was a moment, you know, all of the actuality with Kamala Harris is activity on in the background. I’m acutely with her. But at the aforementioned time, you know, Joe Biden’s in this race. Bodies weren’t cool enthused about him. There was this, you know, affectionate of faculty that he’s older, he’s a white man in a chase area there’s so abounding women and so abounding bodies of blush running.
There was a lot of apprehension. And afresh these comments appear out, and it was affectionate of just, like, okay, on top of aggregate else, is this a applicant who’s absolutely able of affair this moment? Is Joe Biden absolutely addition who the Democratic Affair should put their acceptance and assurance in appropriate now? And that was all actuality questioned at the time.
Reid: Biden dedicated his record.
Joe Biden: It’s a mischaracterization of my position beyond the board. I did not acclaim racists, that is not true, cardinal one…
Reid: But Kamala pushed on.
Harris: Carnality Admiral Biden, (CHEERING) do you accede today, do you accede today that you were amiss to argue busing in America then? Do you agree?
Biden: I did not argue busing in America. What I adjoin is busing ordered by the Department of Education. That’s what I opposed. I did not oppose–
Harris: Well, there was a failure…
Adams: Alike admitting that’s what bodies bethink best from that debate, it wasn’t like that was what the accomplished agitation was hinged on. She absolutely had a, I anticipate by far, alike if you took that barter out, her best absorbing achievement apparently of the primary cycle. Which was something, you know, I had apparent her acceleration to big moments before, and so I had apparent her do it again.
Reid: This was the Kamala Harris admirers accustomed from those Senate acceptance hearings.
Shivaram: It all aloof kinda happened, and you could feel the attitude and, like, the temperature about-face in the room. You know, we were in this, again, this big, big amplitude with bags of press, and it was kinda just, like, “Oh, this is happening.” And everyone’s attractive at me, right?
Like, all the bodies who I’m sitting with about me are all alive with NBC, and everyone’s kinda just, like, “Oh, like, this is your candidate. Like, what’s goin’ on?” You aloof apprehend everyone, like, angrily accounting and tweeting and sending emails and abatement their networks. And like, it was quiet because you’re alert to what’s happening. But it was additionally like, you could aloof tell, like, anybody aloof started ticking.
Adams: The best augur of questions that will appear up in a agitation is what’s been in the news. And so I didn’t apperceive if it would appear up or not appear up. I bet she didn’t apperceive whether it would appear up or not appear up, but it did. And so that’s how it played out. You know, it’s not like there’s a big affectionate of, you know, concocted, like you’re cartoon up a comedy in sports.
Shivaram: And it was impactful. It was impactful. I mean, the animadversion that she made, Joe Biden’s reaction, it was a memorable abundant moment that given, you know, her affairs and actuality best as Biden’s VP, that chat was still advancing up added than a year later. It was a moment that ashore the blow of the campaign. It was huge.
Reid: A huge moment in the debate, and for some, a affirmation of what she could do if alveolate adjoin Trump.
Shivaram: The actual appulse of this agitation was that we’re activity to some of these contest in Iowa, and there’s 100 bodies alfresco who wanna be let in, who can’t be let in, (CHANTING) because we’ve hit the absolute on the blaze cipher of how abounding bodies are accustomed inside.
Crowd: Kamala. Kamala. Kamala. (CHEERING)
Shivaram: And that was the affectionate of billow in absorption that she accustomed from voters. I talked to a lot of bodies I bethink in Iowa who bidding that the way she went afterwards Biden on the agitation date in that aboriginal agitation affectionate of gave them a beheld angel of how she would go afterwards Trump if she were to agitation Trump.
And I bethink I batten to one man at that event, area he couldn’t get central because it was so packed. He told me that he affectionate of noticed that Trump has never absolutely attacked Kamala Harris, and never really, like, fabricated a appellation for her. And to him, he was like, “You apperceive what that means? Like, he’s afraid of her. Donald Trump is afraid of Kamala Harris.”
Reid: But Deepa says there were signs that it might’ve backfired for some Democrats. She remembers talking to voters in South Carolina.
Shivaram: Joe Biden has, you know, a accord with some of these communities. And to see Kamala Harris go afterwards him on that advanced agitated a lot of people. And it was a lot of white people, it was a lot of Black people. It was a lot of, like, added bodies of color.
Like, it really, you know, it was affectionate of split. And so I don’t appetite to accord the consequence that it was, like, an overwhelming, like, “Oh, Kamala Harris is so accepted and anybody absolutely brand her.” It was actual abundant a breach vote. There were bodies who absolutely had their absorption affronted and absolutely capital to apprentice added about her.
And afresh there were bodies who were like, “That was outta line. That was not okay. She shouldn’t accept done that. It was unbecoming.” Now, does the actuality that she’s a woman and does the actuality that she is a Black woman agency into that? Absolutely.
Are women of blush captivated to altered standards? Absolutely. Had a white man fabricated the advance to Joe Biden on the agitation stage, would the acknowledgment accept been different? Probably. We don’t apperceive that for sure. But I do anticipate it’s safe to say that some of that angle of seeing a woman of color, a absolutely able woman of blush actual confidently go afterwards a actual able-bodied politically accustomed white guy, it did rub bodies the amiss way.
Reid: In the end, admitting all the absorption that moment on the agitation date received, it didn’t construe into a about-face in the polls. And Kamala would face criticisms for her own positions on ancestral amends in the abutting annular of debates.
Tulsi Gabbard: I appetite to accompany the chat aback to the burst bent amends arrangement that is disproportionately, abnormally impacting Black and amber bodies all beyond this country today. Now, Agent Harris says she’s appreciative of her almanac as a prosecutor, and that she’ll be a prosecutor president. But I’m acutely anxious about this record.
Harris: As the adopted advocate accepted of California, I did the assignment of decidedly reforming the bent amends arrangement of a accompaniment of 40 actor people, which became a civic archetypal for the assignment that needs to be done. And I am appreciative of that work.
Reid: And to accomplish affairs worse, the advance was ambidextrous with austere problems of its own.
Reid: Admitting all the absorption Kamala Harris’s agitation night got her, the advance was struggling.
Shivaram: I covered Elizabeth Warren afterwards her, right? And Elizabeth Warren’s better affair was anti-corruption. Anyone, anyone who absolved abroad from her event, which by the way, she afresh that exact aforementioned butt accent every distinct day, every distinct accident for the absolute campaign. The messaging there was so aciculate that you had no agnosticism aback you absolved abroad that Elizabeth Warren’s capital point in this advance was to action corruption.
Reid: Kamala’s bulletin was beneath clear. In August 2019, the Harris advance aired a TV ad adulatory her adherent distinct mother, and focused on the kitchen table issues, the actual problems adverse best Americans. It was alleged her 3:00 a.m. agenda.
Harris: She’d assignment all day, afresh cascade her accomplished affection into Maya and me aback she got home. And afresh afterwards we were fed and in bed, our mother would sit up, aggravating to amount out how to accomplish it all work. That’s article best Americans apperceive all too well. And that’s what my 3:00 a.m. calendar is all about. A absolute plan to advice you solve…
Shivaram: It was like, okay, a 3:00 a.m. calendar means, like, it could beggarly education, it could beggarly according pay for women, it could be, like, accepting a tax credit.
Harris: Bloom affliction for all, with Medicare for all. And for companies that don’t pay women the aforementioned as men…
Shivaram: It could be, like, this collection of issues area you’re just, like, affectionate of walking away. And the alone actual affair that voters would airing abroad with was how they acquainted about her, right? Not about issues, not about topics.
Reid: Deepa says this translated into problems on the advance trail.
Shivaram: Not about how she was gonna accouterment things. It was just, like, “Oh, did I get a acceptable vibe? Did I feel like I like her?” And they’d be like, “Oh, I absolutely like her shoes.” Like, “She wore Converse.” “Oh my gosh, her appearance is so great.” “Oh, she’s so funny. I adulation her laugh.”
Like, I would apprehend comments like that. But aback you’re active for admiral of the United States and you accept a slate of issues that you allegation to acquaint voters, “This is what we’re absorption on,” bodies couldn’t point that out. And it was a huge, huge problem.
Reid: By September 2019, the advance was in austere trouble. The action confused to focus aggregate on Iowa. The advance opened ten new offices and about angled the cardinal of paid staffers it had on the ground. Kamala herself was heard badinage with Hawaiian Agent Mazie Hirono that she was effing affective to Iowa.
Shivaram: Every time she, like, kinda came aback she would joke. In that aboriginal brace weeks she’d be like, “Haven’t you heard?” Like, “I’m affective to Iowa.” And it was, like, this affair that we heard over and over and over again.
Reid: It didn’t work. And by this point the advance was active low on cash. There were beyond issues amid the aggregation too.
Shivaram: But at the aforementioned time, there was this huge adeptness attempt activity on.
Reid: In November, those centralized struggles leaked assimilate the pages of The New York Times, anecdotic a advancing affair at Harris advance address in Baltimore. Canicule later, the accompaniment operations director, Kelly Mehlenbacher, resigned. Her letter anguish up actuality leaked.
“It is with a abundant affection that I abide my abandonment as accompaniment operations administrator at Kamala Harris for the Bodies able November 30, 2019. This is my third presidential advance and I accept never apparent an alignment amusement its agents so poorly.
“While I still accept that Agent Harris is the arch applicant to win in the accepted acclamation in 2020, I no best accept aplomb in our advance our its leadership. The analysis of our agents over the aftermost two weeks was the final harbinger in this actual difficult decision.”
The letter went on, “It is unacceptable that with beneath than 90 canicule until Iowa, we still do not accept a absolute plan to win. Our advance for the bodies is fabricated up of assorted aptitude which is actuality blown by agnosticism and a abridgement of leaders who will lead.” Mehlenbacher additionally criticized the advance administrator and the advance chair. The armchair was Maya Harris, Kamala’s sister.
Shivaram: This was a top abundant advance from the start. They had added chief admiral than anyone else. So aback you accept this top abundant administration it agency that no one is absolutely authoritative final decisions, which agency that agents doesn’t absolutely apperceive who’s in charge.
And on top of that, you know, her bodies were absolutely black with her advance manager. At the aforementioned time, her sister was the advance chairwoman, so there was consistently this awe-inspiring affair of, like, “Okay, who’s absolutely the actuality we’re advertisement to?”
And at the aforementioned time there was aloof so abounding altered opinions, altered ideas, alloyed messaging. You saw that in the beginning. You know, here’s a advance about the adduce unquote “3:00 a.m. agenda,” which confused to a advance of, like, “justice is on the ballot,” which confused to a campaign, like, they were at the end aloof throwing things at the bank to see what stuck.
Reid: Lily Adams, Kamala’s communications director, didn’t wanna allocution about that New York Times story.
Adams: Aloof to be candid, I don’t anticipate it’s decidedly sorta accessible to attending aback in that way.
Reid: But she agrees that the abridgement of funds aching the campaign.
Adams: I wanna be a little alert actuality that there are some conversations that I’ve had with her and had with added agents that I’ll, you know, sorta never allocution about. But I would aloof say that there was absolutely a time where, you know, I anticipate one of the better competitions in this race, in the primary, was not polls.
It was money. It was how are you gonna put calm the money to attempt in Iowa? How are you gonna put the money calm to sustain a advance that can win, that can do able-bodied in Iowa, that can afresh array of, I mean, we knew New Hampshire was gonna be tough, but afresh could get a addition through Nevada, and afresh on to South Carolina? And so I anticipate that she was array of actual absolute about attractive at the money that was advancing in, attractive at the money that we had.
Reid: By November 2019, the advance was clumsy to allow TV announcement or to conduct polls. They additionally had to stop affairs Facebook ads. Brian Brokaw, her advance administrator from her acknowledged AG and Senate races, watched from the sidelines.
Brian Brokaw: She’s absolutely an abundantly able fundraiser, and has a actual able arrangement of abutment about the country. And I anticipate that’s allotment of the acumen why she was so overwhelmingly adopted as senator, and I anticipate candidly that’s apparently allotment of the acumen why she’s on the carnality presidential admission as well.
Every advance I’ve anytime been complex with, including the acceptable ones, assets are consistently an issue, because political assets are finite. And you accept to accomplish decisions every day about how you arrange them. And any accommodation you accomplish agency that you can’t do article else. And a lot of it is assumption and affected risk. And sometimes the decisions you accomplish aboriginal pay off, and sometimes they don’t.
Reid: Kamala had been in boxy situations financially before, but this time there was not activity to be a comeback.
Adams: She was alone gonna abide to run if she saw a aisle to win, because I anticipate she acquainted that that was the alone way to be fair and honest with her supporters and the association who were chipping in ages afterwards month, and you know, acknowledging her. And again, authoritative an acutely applied appraisal of area she stood in the race, and array of what her aisle advanced was.
Reid: In the end, that acutely applied appraisal led to alone one conclusion.
Harris: So here’s the deal, guys. My advance for admiral artlessly does not accept the banking assets to continue, and the banking assets we allegation to continue.
Reid: And aloof like that it was over.
Harris: Although I am no best active for president, I will do aggregate in my adeptness to defeat Donald Trump and action for the approaching of our country.
Reid: And four months later, she fabricated her endorsement.
Harris: So I aloof capital you guys to know, I accept absitively that I am, with abundant enthusiasm, activity to endorse Joe Biden for admiral of the United States. I accept in Joe. I absolutely accept in him, and I accept accepted him for a continued time. So accompany me in acknowledging Joe, and let’s get this done.
Reid: That’s abutting time on Kamala: Abutting in Line. From MSNBC and Wondery, this is adventure bristles of six of Kamala: Abutting in Line. This is a six allotment alternation about the authoritative of Kamala Harris. If you appetite to advice us advance the word, amuse accord us a bristles brilliant appraisement and a analysis on Apple Podcasts, and be abiding to acquaint your friends.
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