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WATCH: Kamala Harris makes Joe Biden tear up talking about late-son Beau as ‘the best of us’

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Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) made her first speech after being named as Vice President Joe Biden’s running mate for November.

Among the things Harris addressed was her work with late Deleware Attorney General Beau Biden, who she said worked with her and other attorneys general during the housing crisis in 2007-2008 amid the great recession.

The opening address dealt with issues that the Biden campaign has advocated for over the past year of the campaign from equality to jobs and climate change.

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A small tear appeared in the corner of Biden’s eye as cameras zoomed in on him during her speech.

You can see Harris’ full speech in the video below:


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Kayleigh McEnany says Trump ‘very likely’ will nominate new Supreme Court Justice before Ruth Bader Ginsburg is buried

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says President Donald Trump will announce his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, mostly likely by Tuesday. The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court. The date of her funeral, which will be a private ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, has not even been announced yet.

Asked if the nomination would be announced "before Wednesday," she replied, "I think that's very likely."

MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Monday morning also hinted the announcement would come Tuesday.

President Trump says he will soon nominate a justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.

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Trump says he is ‘counting on the federal court system’ to declare winner on election night—before many ballots are tallied

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"This is an open admission that Trump hopes to use the Supreme Court to steal the election."

President Donald Trump said during a campaign rally over the weekend that he is "counting on the federal court system"—which he has packed with right-wing judges—to declare a winner of the presidential election on the night of November 3, a statement that one journalist described as an "outright pledge to use the courts to stop votes from being counted."

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Trump suggests Obama was too lazy to appoint judges during Fox & Friends rant

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President Donald Trump suggested his predecessor was too lazy to fill judicial vacancies.

The president is rushing ahead with a nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court, although Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) blocked President Barack Obama's nominee for months ahead of the 2016 election.

"You know, we won the election, and elections have consequences," Trump told "Fox & Friends." "It's called you pick people from the Supreme Court, and you pick judges, too. We have, we're going to have almost 300, about 300 judges at the end of my first term, which will be a record."

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