Kamala Harris recently appeared on the ‘Breakfast Club’ show and took a major jab at Elizabeth Warren.
She was basically criticizing Warren’s image of having a solution for everything before fully understanding the issue.
Is this a preview of the next debate?
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Harris: I’m Realistic So ‘I’m Not Churning Out Plans Like a Factory’
Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) appeared to take a shot at 2020 rival Elizabeth Warren on Friday, saying that because she’s realistic her campaign is “not churning out plans like a factory.”
Harris, a leading contender for the Democratic nomination, was a guest on “The Breakfast Club” radio show, where co-host DJ Envy said the Democrats sounded like Oprah Winfrey sometimes on the debate stage. He compared their lofty promises of canceled student loan debt and free health care to Winfrey shouting, “You get a car! You get a car!”
“Everybody’s saying what you want to hear,” co-host Charlamagne tha God added.
“It sounds good, but what’s real and what’s bulls—t?” DJ Envy asked. “Right now, it sounds good … When you become president, what can you really do?”
“Well, I’m going to tell you, that’s why I’m not churning out plans like a factory, because it is really important to me that any plan that I’m prepared to implement is actually doable,” Harris said.
Watch the video:
This could actually just be about fundraising numbers. Warren is eclipsing Harris so Harris wants people talking about her.
FOX News reported:
Warren outpaces Sanders, Harris with $19M fundraising haul
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday announced raising $19.1 million over the past three months.
The second-quarter campaign cash haul from the two-term Massachusetts senator is slightly bigger than the $18 million that rival Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont brought in during the April-June period. Both populist senators are trying to win the progressive base of the Democratic Party.
Warren’s fundraising figure is also much larger than another top-tier rival – Sen. Kamala Harris. The Democrat from California, who has enjoyed a bump in the polls on the heels of her debate confrontation last month with former Vice President Joe Biden, reported raising nearly $12 million in the second quarter.
Still, Warren’s haul lags behind South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who brought in $24.8 million the past three months, and Biden, who raised $21 million in the April-June period.
The next Democrat debate should be very entertaining.