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Yahoo! BooksSep 18, 2020
A California family is accusing Kamala Harris and Gov. Gavin Newsom of trespassing on their wildfire-ravaged property for a photo op
Trampas and Bailee Patten accused Newsom and Harris of taking photos at their parents' destroyed home for "political gain."


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Yahoo! BooksSep 17, 2020
Kamala Harris Wore Timberlands. The Internet Responded.
Kamala Harris did not step off of her private plane on her way to visiting the scene of a devastating California wildfire so much as she bounced. The vice presidential nominee did so in Timberland boots, drawing a wave of online cheers and boos, in what might be the first true sartorial scandal of the Biden/Harris campaign. Kamala Harris Gave a Voice to American Women's Silent ScreamsOn one side came the praise, heaped on by liberals who are already pushing hard for a Democrat victory in November. "THE TIMBS THO," Meena Harris, Kamala's niece wrote on Instagram. The nominee—or perhaps just her campaign—had turned her into a GIF. View this post on Instagram THE TIMBS THO A post shared by Meena Harris (@meena) on Sep 15, 2020 at 9:19pm PDTWas it the shoe choice itself or just Harris' assured manner that sold the look so hard? Perhaps a mixture of both. That jaunty strut? A construction boot made popular by New York rappers? Mike Pence could never.  The @KamalaHarris de-planing videos & her completely appropriate self-confidence every time are quickly becoming one of my favorite things about this campaign.???? https://t.co/rPxas1KRkj — Mimi Rocah (@Mimirocah1) September 15, 2020 The Timbs. pic.twitter.com/1Bikv6B4l5 — Karine Jean-Pierre (@K_JeanPierre) September 15, 2020 Mrs. Vice President. pic.twitter.com/wvmrgFLmoa — Jill Biden For FLOTUS (@Jillbiden46) September 15, 2020As some noted, the scene recalled Melania Trump's 2018 visit to McAllen, Texas, where she met with families who had been se
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