Kamala Harris Calls out Joe Biden's Civil Rights Record

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Published on June 28, 2019 - Duration: 01:34s

Kamala Harris Calls out Joe Biden's Civil Rights Record

Kamala Harris Calls out Joe Biden's Civil Rights Record In a defining moment for the California senator, Harris criticized Biden during the second night of the Democratic presidential debates.

She went after his record of opposing mandatory busing of students to desegregated public schools.

Harris began her comments against the former vice president by saying she didn't think he was racist.

Kamala Harris, to Joe Biden Biden responded that he was not against public school busing, but he opposed it being ordered by the Department of Education and that it was a state-by-state issue.

Kamala Harris, to Joe Biden Biden called her comments “a complete mischaracterization" of his record.

Harris later told CBS that she has a “great deal of respect” for Biden but was “just speaking truth.” Biden’s campaign chairman, via AP

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