Kamala Harris: I Will Soon Make a Decision on Running in 2020
SCARBOROUGH: "We’ll talk about it in a second. First question is, there’s been an awful lot of talk about you running for president. How close are you to making that decision?"
HARRIS: "I’ll make it soon. I’m not going to answer today obviously."
SCARBOROUGH: "Well, that hurts us. We're such promoters of your book. Willie and I —"
BRZEZINSKI: "This transaction is not working."
SCARBOROUGH: "Willie and I, we care too much. But okay, that's fine. We’ll take the pain and continue through. More importantly, I want to ask you, though, if you decide to run for president, I want to ask you the Roger Mudd question that he asked to Ted Kennedy that Ted Kennedy couldn’t answer and really doomed his presidency from day one and that is, why would you want to be president?"
HARRIS: "Because I believe our country wants and needs leadership that provides a vision of the future of our country in which everyone can see themselves, in which everyone can see themselves.”