The star of the 2020 Democratic debate two-night programming was Kamala Harris – hands down. The calm and collected senator held her own on issues of health care, race, climate change, and sparring with former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden and a tough and gruff Bernie Sanders.
— Brittany Privott (@beepeethepirate) June 28, 2019
“I am Black, I would like to speak on the issue of race.”
— Kaylin Dance (@kaylinvaughnk) June 28, 2019
When #KamalaHarris goes after #JoeBiden on school bussing and working with segregationists, the mood shifts in this predominantly African-American crowd in the South, where educational outcome disparities are stark. They hang on her every word. pic.twitter.com/sCQJk81j78
— Tyrone Beason (@tyrone_beason) June 28, 2019
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) June 28, 2019
— Omar Jimenez (@OmarJimenezCNN) June 28, 2019
— Greg Carr (@AfricanaCarr) June 28, 2019
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— Melissa Correa (@KHOUmelissa) June 28, 2019
#KamalaHarris Independent voter who just found a candidate to vote for
— Drew F (@dbaked21) June 28, 2019
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— daniel 🏳️🌈 (@mrdjlee3) June 28, 2019
So, it turns out that putting #ElizabethWarren and #KamalaHarris in separate debates turned out for the best. It allowed each of them to wipe the floor with their respective opponents and emerge as the two most "serious" Democratic Party presidential candidates.
— Scott Mendelson (@ScottMendelson) June 28, 2019
— Nicole Fasola (@nicoledoremi) June 28, 2019
Trump’s confederacy-loving fans accused of treason in brutal new Lincoln Project ad
In another no-holds-barred ad from the Lincoln Project -- headed up by Republicans Rick Wilson, George Conway and Steve Schmidt -- Donald Trump is linked to the Confederacy and, by extension, treason against the United States.
The ad notes the prevalence of the Confederate flag at Trump rallies -- some even bearing his name -- and notes, "The men who followed this flag 150 years ago knew what it meant: Treason against their country. Death of the United States,” in the voiceover.
With clips showing the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, the ad goes on to ask, "What does it say that they’re all in for Trump?"
Trump mocked in China’s state media for fleeing to bunker in the face of protests: ‘Mr President, don’t go hide’
According to a report in The Guardian, Chinese state media and government leaders are mocking reports that Donald Trump fled to a secure bunker under the White House in the face of massive police brutality protests that reached the White House gates.
Following reports that a "rattled" Trump was ushered to safety by the Secret Service as police battled with George Floyd protesters in the streets of Washington, D.C, among other cities, officials in China took notice.
Trump White House in turmoil as top staffers battle over how to address massive street protests: report
According to a report from Politico, top aides to Donald Trump are at a loss over how to address the street protests over the death of George Floyd that have expanded right up to the White House gates.
With reports that the Secret Service moved a "rattled" Trump to a secure bunker under the White House as the protests raged outside, the report states that chief staffers are at loggerheads over what to do next as the president stays out of sight.