Before Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were on the same presidential ticket, they were fighting to win the Democratic primary and, in some cases, things got heated.
It’s hardly unusual to see previous primary rivals gather once the supposed candidate is elected, but their past clashes are striking in light of this week’s spouse announcement.
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1. HARRIS CRITICIZED Buyers’ Attitudes Toward Buying in FIRST PRIMARY DEMOCRATIC DEBATE
In what became of her most memorable moment of debate, Harris challenged Biden’s opposition to the federally mandated bus while in the Senate, telling him he was taking advantage of the school integration program. The face produced Harris̵7;s remark “That little girl was me” which attracted wide media attention.
2. HARRIS BLASTS OFFER FOR FOR FLIP-FLOP TEND CHANGE TYD ENTRY
Harris called Biden’s past support for the Hyde Amendment “unacceptable” in a primary democratic debate, citing her role as a former prosecutor who tried child rape and bullying cases. Biden defended his record, saying he supports a women’s right to vote. Harris pressed him, asking him why it took so long to change his stance on the Hyde Amendment.
During Biden’s stay in the Senate, he had expressed support for the change, which bans the use of federal funds to subsidize abortions, except in cases of rape and incest or when a woman’s life is in danger.
3. HARRIS AND TB AND CLNUED ON CARE PLANS TAL SHALNDET T ON SIGN OF THE FAMILY
Before Harris backed a full-scale “Medicare-for-all”, she was vigorously debating it in the initial debates, pressing Biden who has always said that one-payer health care would cost a lot. Both dealt with the issue.
“The plan, no matter how much you cut it, costs $ 3 trillion when he is, in fact, employed, number one. Ten years from now, after two terms for the senator to be president, after her time. Second, I will “Ask for middle-class fees to rise, not down. Third, it will eliminate employer-based insurance. And fourth, what happens in the meantime?” Biden said. Harris replied that the cost of doing anything was not too high.
4. HARRIS says he believes buyers’ actions are more than just sexual harassment demands
“I trust them, and I respect those who are able to tell their story and have the courage to do so,” the California senator told reporters in April 2019. Biden at the time was accused by a number of women of touching and inappropriate kisses, including from a Nevada politician who said he came out after her at a 2014 campaign stop and kissed her on the back of the head.
5. HARRIS SAYS BIDS SHOULD NOT USE ‘LYNCHING’ WHEN REFERRING TO CLINTON BUILDING
After President Trump referred to his impeachment process as a “lynching,” a video of Joe Biden using the same language to refer to the impeachment of then-President Bill Clinton in 1998 came out. Harris was pressured about it and said that it was right for Biden to apologize