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Kamala Harris Might Have Just Previewed Her 2020 Message to Trump

In an interview on Wednesday, the California Democrat, who’s widely rumored as a presidential candidate, urged him to “stop being mean.”
Source: Tom Williams / AP

Senator Kamala Harris offered a preview Wednesday afternoon of how she might respond to attacks from President Donald Trump if she runs against him in 2020: by appealing to Americans’ sense of compassion.

“What would you have said to President Trump about his—his mocking of [Christine Blasey Ford’s] memory at his.)

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