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Former Hillary Adviser Says NY Times ‘Not Being Racist’ in Kamala Harris Coverage, Suggests Warren/Harris Ticket

Mediaite Saturday, 30 November 2019
Former Hillary Clinton adviser Philippe Reines jumped to the defense of the New York Times over their coverage of California Senator Kamala Harris' presidential campaign, declaring the paper not racist, then suggesting Harris would make a good VP for Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
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