2020 presidential hopeful Kamala Harris defends her prosecutorial record: ‘I’ve been consistent my whole career’

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  • Kamala Harris the junior US senator from California, is running for president — and she’s getting out ahead of any prickly questions about her prosecutorial past.
  • Harris kicked off her campaign with a rally in Oakland over the weekend, and on Monday she appeared at a town hall in Iowa hosted by CNN.
  • At the town hall, she was asked about her record on criminal justice, which she defended.
  • She also endorsed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s “green new deal,” calling for Medicare for all
  • Harris had several criticisms for President Donald Trump, but delivered them without saying his name.

Kamala Harris, the junior US senator from California, is running for president — and she’s getting out ahead of questions about her prosecutorial past.

Harris kicked off her campaign with a rally in Oakland over the weekend, and on Monday she appeared at a town hall in Iowa hosted by CNN.

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