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Kamala Harris: Protester grabs microphone from 2020 candidate

BBC News Sunday, 2 June 2019
Senator Kamala Harris, who is running in 2020, was interrupted on-stage by an animal rights protester.
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A protester wearing a &quot;join the animal rights movement&quot; t-shirt abruptly rushed the stage during a panel with Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris at MoveOn&apos;s &apos;Big Ideas Forum&apos; in San Francisco on Saturday. Beyond saying, &quot;I&apos;m...

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