Democrat presidential candidate Kamala Harris previously confirmed that she was running to be the first “Indian” United States senator, despite the former prosecutor’s efforts to portray herself as a champion of African-Americans.
Harris made the confirmation in an interview with the “South Asian” television network Diya TV at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. (READ: Here Are The Slaves Harris’ Ancestor Owned In Jamaica).
“Knock wood,” Harris said when the reporter raised the prospect of Harris becoming the first Indian senator.
Harris’ comments were flagged by Christian Lamar.
Kamala Harris was sworn in by Joe Biden in 2017 as
United States Senator.
Newsy-DiyaTV-DDnews said she was a Indian-American just like MSNBC did on January 27 2019.
When did Kamala become
Can you hear an accent from Harris?
Black Hillary. pic.twitter.com/LTlJlxrlG0
— Christian Lamar (@christianllamar) July 9, 2019
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