Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Was the scariest opponent for President Trump's re-election, one of the presidential election officials said.
"The one who scares me the most is Kamala Harris. Described by the Washington Times as a "key player" in Trump's election campaign, the official said Harris was the "least flawed" democratic hope in the overcrowded field of presidential candidates.
"The top candidates are all flawed candidates But the least flawed one is Kamala Harris, "said the official.
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The reported comments came as the frontrunner of the party Former Vice President Joe Biden has discovered a number of verbal errors and misrepresentations.
According to polls in August, Harris has left at least a few other candidates, including Biden, but she has consistently been put to the top contenders and has been considered possible election for Vice President flown.
She has also shown that she is ready to replace the former vice president to call dents to the top in their race. The former prosecutor experienced a surge in opinion after she made controversial statements on racial personalities in Biden's first democratic primary debate.
Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., And Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Rails the biggest hurdles for Harris to take Biden's position as the frontrunner of the party. Both, however, were referred to by the Republicans as socialists of the extreme left.
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While Warren overwhelmed the press with a series of policy proposals, Harris seemed to position himself as a more realistic candidate.
During a radio interview in July, Harris agreed to host DJ Envy, who mocked the long list of freebies in 2020. DJ Envy said that although all of these suggestions sounded good, he wanted to know what presidential candidates could "really" say before he added, "that's why I do not dismiss plans like a factory ̵
The View "She focused on issues that kept Americans busy at 3am rather than" transforming the system "or" revitalizing the markets. "