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A Candidate, Not A Prosecutor: Harris' Role In Upcoming Supreme Court Hearings

NPR Friday, 25 September 2020
Kamala Harris made her national reputation as a sharp, partisan questioner in Senate hearings. As a vice presidential nominee, that may not be her approach in the next Supreme Court confirmation.
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