Trump Eyeing Disaster Funds for Wall ‘Outrageous,’ Harris Says

Trump Eyeing Disaster Funds for Wall ‘Outrageous,’ Harris Says

"(Trump) is choking the very people who are responsible for making sure we have public safety on a day-to-day basis", she said, referring to the thousands of unpaid workers, including members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Transportation Security Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Harris has not given any strong indications that she is eyeing a 2020 run, recently telling the media that she would make a decision soon but not elaborating any further.

The former California attorney general also expressed regret that she was not informed by her staff that her former top aide in that previous office was accused of gender harassment, a lawsuit that the attorney general'soffice settled for almost $400,000 after she had moved on to the US Senate.

While Harris has not confirmed plans to run, she is widely considered to be a potential 2020 candidate, along with Sen.

Larry Wallace, who headed the Bureau of Law Enforcement at the California Attorney General's office, was accused by his former assistant of forcing her to change the paper or the ink in a printer under his desk every day and refused to move the printer. The conversation quickly veered towards the highly anticipated 2020 presidential race that has many wondering which Democrats will throw their hat into the ring.

"We also need to stop treating drug addiction like a public safety crisis instead of what it is: a public health crisis", she writes. "Given today's Democratic Party, that president will be Kamala Harris".

Beyond the book, Harris supported legislation that passed the Senate late past year and overhauls the criminal justice system, especially when it comes to sentencing rules. "I frankly think it's good for the country", Harris said. Harris said she "begged" and "pleaded" on a late Friday afternoon for a judge to hear the case so the woman could avoid spending the weekend in jail. They are looking for a city with quick access to airports with regular flights to California, Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and other early primary states - that would let Harris continue to hold down her day job in the Senate.

However, with a possible presidential run on the horizon, Harris has gotten behind legalization.

"Apparently you said you were going to make a decision after the holidays as to whether you were going to run for president", Goldberg said.

"I think she is introducing bold ideas that should be discussed".



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