Kamala Harris Predicts Opposition To Her 2020 Bid Would Be 'Ugly, Painful'

Kamala Harris Predicts Opposition To Her 2020 Bid Would Be 'Ugly, Painful'

Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) will decide by the end of the year whether she will for president in 2020.

"Let's be honest. It's going to be ugly", Harris told MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski in an interview at an event in San Francisco on Saturday.

"And over the holiday I will make that decision with my family", Harris said. Potential 2020 Democratic candidates include former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen.

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The onetime California Attorney General and San Francisco District Attorney, Harris would join what is expected to be a large field of Democrats seeking to unseat President Donald Trump. Now, Harris might be considering a run for president.

During the Obama era, she was popularly called as the "female Obama".

Harris has sent $25,000 to the Democratic parties in four early nominating states: Iowa, South Carolina, Nevada and New Hampshire. Harris is the most junior Democratic member on the committee and therefore most likely to lose her seat. At the time, though, some critics accused both her and fellow Senator Cory Booker of grandstanding for the cameras and the national hearing during the course of the hearings. Cory Booker of New Jersey, Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of MA.

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