WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Tuesday that rival Joe Biden had "roped himself" into picking a woman as his running mate and suggested "some people" would say men might be insulted by the Democrat's
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Inside the Democratic vice presidential pick's record on health care, immigration and more. Kamala Harris has charted a meteoric rise within the Democratic Party as one of its most potent and effective
- The Politics Desk
Joe Biden revealed on Tuesday that he will run for president alongside Kamala Harris. Biden called the senator from California "one of the country’s finest public servants" in a post on Twitter, but what does the announcement mean for his campaign and the Democratic party? As the November election comes into focus, here's some analysis of the news as well as a look at where Harris stands on the issues.