Joe Biden photographed talking with Kamala Harris and said that running mate speculation increases

The notes, photographed in a speech in Wilmington, Delaware, feature five talking points with Harris’s name: “Don’t Hold Grood,” “Preached with Me and Jill,” “Talented,” “Great Help for Campaign” “And” great respect for him. “

The Biden campaign declined to comment to CNN on Tuesday night.

Harris’s prominence on Biden’s notes follows a Politico story in which former fighter, Chris Dodd of Connecticut, a member of Biden’s team for a possible vice presidential election, is reported as being important.
His criticism stems from Harris’s attack on the former vice president in the Democratic primary debate in June 2019. He criticized Biden for postponing his “civilian” working relationship with separatist senators, and launched a sharp and personal attack against him in protest against the union-ruled school of diazing busing.

Harris said on the debate stage, “Vice President Biden, I do not believe you are a racist, and I agree with you, when you commit yourself to get common ground.” “But I also believe – and this is personal – it was really sad to hear you talk about the reputation of two United States senators who built their reputation and career on the segregation of races in this country. “

“It was not only that …,” he continued. “There was a little girl in California who was part of the second grade to integrate her public schools and she went to school every day. That little girl was me.”

His attack stunned Biden, who noted that he had a good relationship with his son, former Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, before dying. And it shook the Democratic race, sending Harris into the primary top tier of contenders and damaging Biden. Harris could not maintain that pace, and he went out before the Iowa caucus.

But with Harris now widely seen as the top contender for the Vice President’s nomination, a key question is whether the wounds have healed from that attack.

According to Politico’s account, Dodd allegedly told a long-time Biden supporter that when he asked Harris about that debate-stage attack, “he laughed and said, ‘This is politics.’ He had no regrets. “

Biden said after his speech in Wilmington on Tuesday that he would choose his vice-presidential running mate next week.

Asked by CNN if he would meet the man in the final for the role, Biden said, “We’ll see.”


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