Kamala Harris: Biden's running mate

Kamala Harris became the district attorney and the top prosecutor for San Francisco in 2003, before being elected the first woman and the first black person to serve as California's attorney general.

Mike Huckabee "For 2020 religious voters 'Biden is not an option"

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