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When she became California attorney general at the start of 2011, Kamala Harris made clear that she had big plans for herself. Harris announced that former US secretaries of state Warren Christopher and George Shultz would co-chair the team leading her transition to an office with no discernible foreign policy portfolio. It was too easy for me, then a political affairs columnist for the Sacramento Bee, to be snarky. I wrote that Harris either was aiming for higher office or would have "the best darned foreign policy of any attorney general in America." … [Read more...] about The Kamala Harris you don’t know
Baton Rouge resident Robert Harrison had expressed an interest in stopping by the state Capitol during the day but ultimately stayed away. He said, between the discovery of a plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan by right-wing radicals and the rampage at the U.S. Capitol, the threat of violence was too serious to ignore. … [Read more...] about Trump Voters Weigh in as Biden Begins Presidency
“My understanding is a lot of it is …security theater of the sort that you see in airports,” Klippenstein said in a Hill.TV interview. “The notion that they’re going to be able to run these insider threat assessments for thousands of Guardsmen in the last few days is ludicrous.” … [Read more...] about Intercept reporter says military buildup around inauguration was ‘security theater’
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