Harris: I Have No Intention of Attacking Joe Biden But I Am Going to Point out Our Differences of Opinion

‘This is a presidential race, and I absolutely agree and believe and maintain that we should not have personal attacks against each other’

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HARRIS: "I have no intention of attacking Joe Biden, but I am going to point out our differences of opinion on a very critical moment in the history of the United States. 1954, the United States Supreme Court unanimously decided Brown v. Board of Education. Because there were segregationists in the history of our country, including the members of the United States Senate who lived their career and their reputations on the basis of ensuring that the races would not be educated together. So the issue came up before the debate many days, if not, weeks, which was the comments made about those segregationists, and our difference of opinion about who they were, and that they worked on an issue that directly impacted me which is this issue of busing. So listen, this is a presidential race, and I absolutely agree and believe and maintain that we should not have personal attacks against each other, we should not be attacking each other, but we’re on a debate stage."

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