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Democrats take stage at South Carolina criminal justice reform forum

Reuters Saturday, 26 October 2019
Nine Democrats vying to be their party's presidential candidate in 2020 will take part in a criminal justice forum in South Carolina this weekend, down from 10 after U.S. Senator Kamala Harris dropped out to protest an award given to President Donald Trump at the event on Friday.
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Kamala Harris fired back at President Trump. Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris has fired back at President Trump after he attacked her for withdrawing from an event at a historically black college which had just honored him for his role in criminal justice reform.  The California...

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