Democratic landslide as well as sensational Trump triumph portend dramatic upheaval in U.S.-Israeli ties
Joe Biden chose Kamala Harris in August of 2020 to be his running mate to take on the Trump-Pence ticket in November. Biden’s choice made history, as Harris became the first woman of color to run a major party ticket in the United States. Harris is a battle-tested former presidential candidate and ex-prosecutor who has shown an ability to go on the attack - a valued asset for a running mate. A first-term senator from California, she had already been heavily vetted by the media and rival campaigns.
Harris endorsed Biden after dropping out of the 2020 Democratic primary race. But her criticism of him during a Democratic primary debate about his opposition to school busing rankled some people close to Biden, who worry about her ambition and loyalty.
'She wants to open up the borders to allow killers, murderers and rapists into our country,' Trump told Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business Network
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Kamala Harris slams Trump administration’s withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal and Mike Pence bashes Obama administration’s ISIS policies as vice presidential candidates’ discussion goes beyond domestic issues
Pence needs to show the public he is ready to step in as president if the situation requires, while also defending the Trump administration's handling of the pandemic
The Democratic presidential hopeful’s campaign is holding virtual events focusing on Jewish voters in communities large and small, with a new ‘star’: running mate Kamala Harris’ Jewish husband
'Just remember, Joe Biden goes to church so regularly that he doesn't even need tear gas and a bunch of federalized troops to help him get there,' she said
The California senator will be joined at the 'Virtual Conversation with the American Jewish Community' by her Jewish husband Doug Emhoff
Estranged from minorities and devoid of coherent social commitment, Netanyahu’s opponents can only dream of forging the kind of unity that might lead Biden to defeat Trump
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Trump issued three tweets in all capital letters during the last half of the convention program, angrily criticizing Harris and Obama and questioning their allegiance to Biden
Second night of the virtual convention featured voices from activists, leading figures in the party - and another handful of Republicans supporting Biden
Trump has railed against voting by mail for months and on Thursday all but acknowledged he was blocking demands for additional funding for the post office
Trump has elevated the conspiracy theory that Harris is ineligible to serve as president
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The Lincoln Project also hit Trump on the third anniversary of the deadly 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia
About 25% of Republicans said they had a favorable view of Harris and approve of her choice as Biden's running mate
Women groups prepared to fight sexism, ‘ugly’ attacks on Harris
Harris married into the tribe and is backed by some significant Jewish donors. But Netanyahu and his friend in the White House, who hoped to have a field day with a more progressive candidate, are a different story
The victories of Jamaal Bowman, Rashida Tlaib, Cori Bush and Ilhan Omar are worrying for groups like AIPAC, the Democratic Majority for Israel and their allies
Biden was well aware of the potential pitfalls of being a 77-year-old white male standard-bearer of a party increasingly comprised of women, people of color and young voters
Harris has walked the tightrope on the issue of Israel, facing criticism from the left wing of the Democratic Party after meeting AIPAC leaders in 2019
Kamala Harris, 55, becomes the first Black woman and first Asian American on a major presidential ticket in U.S. history