Kamala Harris Labels Trump a 'Predator Living in the White House'

Kamala Harris hit Biden hard at debates, and then flip flopped on the issue she beat him over

Senator Kamala Harris, a California Democrat, saw her popularity spike after the first presidential debate, where the issue of busing resulted in a passionate debate between her and Biden.

Biden told CNN's Chris Cuomo that while he was prepared to be a focal point at last week's debate, he didn't anticipate that Harris would be the candidate leading the charge.

Biden insisted Harris was taking his position on busing out of context without considering his record on civil rights, and reiterated his position that he was for voluntary busing.

"I was prepared for them to come after me, but I wasn't prepared for the person who came at me the way she came at me", Biden said.

In the debate last Thursday, Harris confronted Biden over his relationship with segregationists during his time in the Senate, and his opposition to federally-imposed busing in the 1970s.

On Friday afternoon, Biden and Harris, along with eight other fellow 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls, will speak in front of almost 7,000 educators in a National Education Association forum in Houston, Texas. "And if I don't win, it'd be great to have a female president". "The problem is that China is stealing our trade secrets, and cybersecurity", Biden said.

"He's the bully that I knew my whole life", Biden added. "He's the bully that I've always stood up to", he said. "He's the bully who used to make fun, when I was a kid, of a stutter, and I smacked him in the mouth".

But Harris' communications chief Lily Adams said on CNN she didn't think it was a personal attack and that presidential debates should also include discussions on candidates' past actions.

'I'm looking forward to this man.

"Look, it's center-left, " he said. "While he's tweeting, China's going to own the 5G market".

'Look, you want to talk, you want to deal with us, you want sanctions lifted.

Biden began to defend himself, before sputtering and saying he was out of time.

Biden further argued that Representative Ocasio-Cortez, a freshman liberal from NY, held a political stance that was too far to the left for a presidential candidate to maintain and defeat Trump.

Joe Biden is still the front-runner in the Democratic presidential race, but the crown is slipping. "What she was pointing out was a very real disagreement on the record", Adams continued. That's for him and his team to decide and to explain.

She said there's been a pattern of predatory behavior from the Trump administration. He said he was not going to get into specifics because "I don't even have the nomination".

"The fact that we are seeing momentum grow across the country is something I'm very proud of", she said.

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