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Kamala Harris: My Plan is So ‘Superior’ To Warren’s Medicare For All That ‘I Don’t Feel the Need’ to Take it Apart

Mediaite Thursday, 7 November 2019
Kamala Harris said that her health care plan is "so superior" to rival Senator Elizabeth Warren's "Medicare for All" plan that she doesn't "feel the need" to take apart Warren's controversial funding plan.
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