"First I have a few words for Donald Trump, who we all know is watching."
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) September 13, 2019
Harris is really strong on why she became a prosecutor. Tonight it came after a brutal question, but she has a powerful message on trying to change the system from the inside
— Michael Cohen (@speechboy71) September 13, 2019
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) September 13, 2019
A moment pundits and journalists will overlook, simply because they don’t understand.
Tonight for the first time a HBCU grad stood on a debate stage at a HBCU and talked about the significance of HBCU’s. also addressing the need for more black teachers. https://t.co/pdUmdtPX28
— Bakari Sellers (@Bakari_Sellers) September 13, 2019
Last week I asked Kamala Harris a question I've wanted to for a while: "Sanders and Warren say the root cause of people's problems is Wall St greed. Joe Biden says it's Donald Trump. What does Kamala Harris say is that root cause?"
Transcribed her full answer: pic.twitter.com/8aLIZdkOEo
— Steadman™ (@AsteadWesley) September 12, 2019
Reproductive rights are under attack across our nation and it should have been discussed last night. pic.twitter.com/rDOyXZxJAg
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) September 13, 2019
After the debate, I got to catch up with Andrew, who graduated from my Back On Track program years ago in San Francisco. Instead of getting stuck in the prison system, he was able to get back on his feet.
I'm so proud of him. pic.twitter.com/19kAFLbrvp
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) September 14, 2019
To every black woman who's walked into rooms brillantly prepared, fully understanding that the measure of success is unreasonably different for you, hold your head up high today.@KamalaHarris is forcing everyone to see themselves & how they *see* us. I'm inspired.#ThisIsPersonal pic.twitter.com/D8lE3ChHsO
— Deitra Matthews (@deitramatthews) September 13, 2019