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Commentary: Republicans dismiss Kamala Harris at their peril

President Donald Trump, who knows a thing or two about big crowds and patriotic backdrops, gave credit where it was due last week to Sen. Kamala Harris for the rollout of her presidential campaign before a crowd of 20,000 outside Oakland City Hall.

Compared to other Democrats, the president told the New York Times, she had "a better crowd - better crowd, better enthusiasm. Some of the others

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