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Kamala Harris says Pete Buttigieg sounded "naïve" at Democratic debate

CBS News Thursday, 21 November 2019
"Those of us who've been involved in Civil Rights for a long time we know that it is important that we not compare our struggles," the California senator said Thursday
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