'I don't think that most reasonable people who are paying attention to the facts would dispute that there are racial disparities and a system that has engaged in racism in terms of how the laws have been enforced, ' she said.
In mentioning how she is "clear" that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 presidential election, Harris cited her position on the Senate Intelligence Committee and the panel's detailed reports supporting her assertion before going onto argue that Russian Federation "will be at the front of the line" regarding foreign interference in the 2020 election. These might be hard conversations for some, but they're not hard conversations for leaders, not for real leaders'.
"And so, while we have two systems of justice, we also fight for equal justice under law".
Trump previously promised that the U.S. would come out with a vaccine "by the end of this year if not sooner" to which, Kamala Harris responded, "I think we have learned that ever since this pandemic started, that there's very little that we can trust what comes out of Donald Trump's mouth". We should talk about the kind of violence we " ve seen in Portland and here and other places".
"I think that Donald Trump and Bill Barr are spending full time in a different reality", said Harris, the first woman of color on a major US White House ticket - taking aim at the president and his attorney general.
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Aaron Glatt, chair of the Department of Medicine and chief of infectious diseases at Mount Sinai South Nassau in NY . Most vaccine candidates so far have not demonstrated this even if they can be transferred and stored similarly.
When asked about the suspension of a group of police officers involved in the suffocation death of a 41-year-old Black man, Daniel Prude, in Rochester, New York, Harris said she expects the state's attorney general to "review all of the evidence and make the appropriate decision".
"If past is prologue they will not, they'll be muzzled, they'll be suppressed, they will be sidelined", she said. "I would trust the words of public health experts and scientists and not of Donald Trump".
The president denied that he has repeatedly assured that a vaccine would be on the market on or before 3 November.
"He's looking at an election coming up in less than 60 days and he's grasping for whatever he can get to pretend that he has been a leader on this issue when he is not", she said.
At least 6.2 million people have been infected in the United States coronavirus outbreak, which has taken more than 188,000 lives.