Sen. Kamala Harris Considers 'A Collection Of Factors' Related To Possible 2020 Bid
Added 01-08-19 12:06:02am EST - “As her memoir The Truths We Hold hits shelves, the California senator tells NPR that family and the country's need for "real leadership" will weigh into her decision whether to run for president.” - Npr.org
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Sen. Kamala Harris speaks to reporters following a closed briefing on intelligence matters on Capitol Hill on Dec. 4, 2018. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption
Sen. Kamala Harris speaks to reporters following a closed briefing on intelligence matters on Capitol Hill on Dec. 4, 2018.
As possible 2020 presidential candidates start announcing exploratory committees, there's talk that Sen. Kamala Harris may be on the verge of launching herself into the ring.
On Tuesday her memoir The Truths We Hold hits shelves. In it, the California Democrat ticks through her resume and credentials, while mixing in a look at her upbringing and family life.
Harris spoke with NPR's Rachel Martin on a number of wide-ranging topics, from her mother to her views on the death penalty and the Kavanaugh hearings to whether Joe Biden would make a good president. But she didn't commit to a presidential run herself.
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