Kamala Harris set to toss hat into presidential ring

Kamala Harris set to toss hat into presidential ring

"Absolutely", Harris said, adding, "We need to give the American public more credit. we have so much more in common than what separates us".

However, on Wednesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Harris would announce her candidature on January 21, which is celebrated as Martin Luther King Jr Day.

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. But several sources knowledgeable about her plans say she is ready, and has in fact made a decision to run, with the enthusiastic blessing of her husband and two stepchildren.

If all goes as planned, per the source to CBS News, the announcement will come from Oakland, where Harris was born.

Many political experts believe other Democrats who may jump into the race include former Vice President Joe Biden, former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke and Vermont Sen. We are seeing shifting populations for a variety of reasons, including what we need to talk more about, which is climate change. "And read the book", Harris laughed. Their expectation, if she runs, is that the senator would simply launch the formal campaign, which would be led by key staffers from her 2016 Senate run.

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Berkeley, where Harris was raised before her parents divorced and she moved with her mother and sister to Montreal, Canada, has also been dismissed by her strategists as not projecting the image they're looking for.

"That being said, I take full responsibility for anything that has happened in my office", she said. There had been fear among her campaign, according to the report, that the Senator could be portrayed as being too tied to California politics.

"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.

Back in December 2018, controversial conservative commentator Ann Coulter predicted Harris would be the next U.S. president, complaining that Donald Trump had "zero chance of being re-elected" if he didn't build a U.S. -Mexico border wall. And I think it's good for the party. "Should she win the nomination and does it by navigating this topic well, then I think she would be a strong voice and a force to be reckoned with when it comes to issues of law and order, criminal justice and civil rights as they collide in a general election".