Former San Francisco Mayor Reveals His Extramarital Affair with Kamala Harris

Former San Francisco Mayor Reveals His Extramarital Affair with Kamala Harris

Ronald Pratt
January 30, 2019

Kamala Harris vowed to eliminate all private health care insurance if she is elected to the White House in a CNN town hall in Des Moines on Monday night.

The senator from California is speaking at a rally in her hometown of Oakland, the formal kickoff of her campaign for the nomination.

The Californian senator could became America's first female USA president, and her rally in front of an enraptured crowd of 20,000 showed the world she could go all the way.

She was passionate and definitive when she answered a question from a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly called "Dreamers", who told Harris that she didn't want to be used as a bargaining chip in the negotiations over a border wall.

Harris and Hickenlooper also exemplify a debate playing out in the Democratic Party over the type of candidate best positioned to beat President Donald Trump.

"I've been consistent my whole career", she said in response to a question that asked her to address her "contradictory past". She officially entered the race on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In Saturday's column, Brown said Harris is "riding a buzz wave the likes of which we haven't seen in years". "Of the people. For all the people".

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Harris joins early Democratic contenders including former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, Maryland's John Delaney, Hawaii's Tulsi Gabbard and NY senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

As she highlighted how her parents met during the civil rights movement, Harris defended her record as a prosecutor and as California's attorney general, which some liberals have criticized as being too tough on minorities.

Well, you just played Senator Harris as saying she wants to abolish the insurance industry. Law professor Lara Bazleoni in a New York Times op-ed last week cited occasions on which Ms Harris backed contentious policies, and some on social media shared photos of her posing with immigration agents, along with the hashtag #NeverKamala. And enthusiasm behind efforts to curb gun violence found an example in Lucy McBath, who lost her 17-year-old son in a shooting in 2012. Their early entry could help them establish a foothold in anticipation of potential campaigns by former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont or former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke. 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". We know it ended a little short for him.

For years, California - the nation's most populous state - voted near the end of the process, meaning nominees were often decided before a single Californian cast a vote.

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) on Monday endorsed Sen.