Harris / Peggy Noonan Sen

“Kamala Harris is anything but embarrassing. She is uplifting, she is inspirational, she is strong and substantial and she’s going to be one hell of a vice president,” @clairecmc  says, discussing criticism from WSJ columnist Peggy Noonan of Sen. Harris' dancing at campaign events

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