Things We Learned from Kamala Harris on ‘The Breakfast Club’

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Harris made her comments on "The Breakfast Club", the New York City-based nationally syndicated radio program hosted by DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne tha God.

"That is not true". Are you kidding me?

"Um, I - that he is entitled to his opinion", Harris replied.

Kamala Harris, a former California state attorney general, also said that she makes no apologies for pursuing violent criminals to keep communities safe, but added that she wished she could have done more to affect change.

With an increasingly-crowded Democratic primary looming ahead in 2020, Harris may be anxious her mainstream media support isn't enough to carry her to the general, especially with the controversies surrounding her pre-congressional law-and-order record as California's Attorney General.

Harris also opposed recreational legalization in 2015, but supports a proposed bill to decriminalize the drug by fellow senator and 2020 candidate Cory Booker (D-N.J.), according to The Hill. Booker's legislation would remove marijuana's status as a Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substance Act.

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Since her election to the Senate, Harris has called for legalizing pot and supported a measure to decriminalize it at the federal level.

"And we need to research, which is one of the reasons why we need to legalize it".

"I think they don't understand who black people are", Harris answered.

"But I am absolutely in favor of legalizing marijuana".

The number of children exposed to marijuana has risen significantly since the drug was legalized in Washington State, a new report from the Washington Poison Center shows. 2017 saw the highest number yet: 378, more than double the number reported prior to legalization. "We've got to do it", she said later.

She said she has smoked - a joint, to be specific, adding with a laugh, "I did inhale". "And this how I think about things".

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'I didn't do it when I was young, ' she said in a 2014 town hall.

"Have you ever smoked?" asked Charlamagne.

"I have. And I inhaled", Harris responded.

"I have. And I inhaled", she said - an apparent reference to former President Bill Clinton's famous admission in 1992. The issue here in this interview is that Harris is clearly wanting to present herself as being some sort of cutting edge candidate (she admits to smoking pot once in college) when her actual record on marijuana is anything but.

Several people even compared her to Hillary Clinton - another Democrat who played for authenticity and lost (Harris happened to hire people from Clinton's campaign staff for her own run).

Harris also pointed out that "we need to research the impact of weed on a developing brain" - and also said that measurements of how marijuana impairs people who are driving are needed.

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