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‘America does not want to witness a food fight!’ Kamala Harris silences Democrats’ shouting match

‘America does not want to witness a food fight – they want to know how to put food on the table!’ Kamala Harris silences Democrats’ shouting match with soundbite made for viral fame

  • Kamala Harris lectured her fellow 2020 contenders Thursday night to stop their ‘food fight’ in a debate moment designed to go viral 
  • ‘Hey guys America does not want to witness a food fight they’re wondering how we’re going to get food on their tables,’ she told her nine Democratic rivals 
  • Her line brought whoops and cheers in the debate hall 
  • Harris is a former prosecutor and known foodie 

Kamala Harris lectured her fellow 2020 contenders Thursday night to stop their ‘food fight’ and concentrate on how to help Americans get food on their tables – in a moment made to go viral.

‘Hey guys America does not want to witness a food fight they’re wondering how we’re going to get food on their tables,’ she told her nine Democratic rivals as they bickered over who got to speak on stage. 

Her line during the debate brought whoops and cheers inside the Knight Concert Hall at the Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts.

Kamala Harris lectured her fellow 2020 contenders Thursday night to stop their ‘food fight’ in a debate moment designed to go viral

Joe Biden, one of the oldest candidates, was responding to an insult from Eric Swalwell, one of the youngest, as Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg tried to weigh in.

That’s when Harris, a former prosecutor, stepped in. 

‘We have all been traveling around the country. I certainly have. I meet people working two and three jobs. This president talks about and is flouting his great economy. My great economy. Yes and how are you measuring the greatness of this economy? He talks about the stock market. That’s fine if you own stocks. So many family dos not,’ she said.

She has used the stock market line often the campaign trail. 

Harris is a known foodie. In a Mother’s Day essay for Elle magazine, she talked about how she cooks Sunday dinner for her husband Doug and two step-children.    

The Democratic senator from California has been trying to be more personal on the campaign trail – mentioning the discrimination her mother, a Jamaican American cancer researcher faced.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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