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Harris Attacks On Gabbard Backfire

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Harris Attacks On Gabbard Backfire

Harris Attacks On Gabbard Backfire

Democratic voters were not impressed with Sen.

Kamala Harris' attacks on Rep.

Tulsi Gabbard.

The attacks came during the fifth Democratic presidential debate.

Fox News pollster Lee Carter said the attacks on Gabbard backfired big time for Harris.

Harris has been sinking like a stone in the Democratic presidential race.

Voters saw Harris attack on Gabbard as a life raft to save her drowning campaign.

Carter said voter reaction for the fight between the two candidates was mostly negative.

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