Sen. Kamala Harris: "When we use our voices, we've got the power".

Kamala Harris makes Jeff Sessions nervous

But, of course, even she isn't immune to the kind of disrespect women often face from male colleagues. Fair. But she should be able to ask the question.

Democratic Senator Kamala Harris has been a constant topic of political news during the past two weeks.

Powers tries to clarify which aspects of Harris's succinct and straightforward line of questioning diverted so dramatically from the hearing's goal, and eventually points out this basic fact, "It's just women who are usually called hysterical".

Sessions should be nervous, because if there's any justice, Sessions and his boss will one day be on lockdown in one of the prisons they plan to send all the black folks, while Kamala Harris will someday become president of the United States. Harris then asked Sessions about how he communicated with Donald Trump both during the campaign and following election night and pressed him on a Department of Justice policy that he referenced as the reason why he couldn't directly comment on his conversations with Trump regarding Russian Federation. Her constant interruptions of the witness showed utter disrespect for the institution, but made her "presidential timbre" to her peers and the media.

While delivering a steady stream of questions to Sessions about the Trump administration colluding with Russia, Harris was instructed by McCain - who can be heard off camera - to let Sessions answer the question.

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On Tuesday evening during an Anderson Cooper 360° segment on CNN, the panel featuring Powers and Jason Miller, the former adviser, discussed Attorney General Jeff Sessions' testimony on Russian interference of the 2016 election. Same question, simple words, different targets.

At one point, an exasperated Sessions noted that she should allow him to finish a question before branding am a liar.

"Sir, I'm not asking about the principle".

HARRIS: Did you ask that it be shown to you?

"Chairman", McCain protested to Sen.

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"Sessions repeatedly talked over Harris as she questioned him about his relationship with Russian Federation", noted Rolling Stone.

Before Harris got her "yes or no" answer, Burr cut her off and said her time had expired.

Harris spokesman Tyrone Gayle told the Associated Press that the senator "has run countless investigations, and will follow the facts wherever they may lead to get the truth for the American people". I don't really understand that. She did, but wasn't satisfied as Sessions continued to evade.

"I think she asked a lot of questions", Powers said.

HOSTIN: They would never do it, and I know Kamala Harris. "In this setting and this climate, the more information the better, so I think you can qualify as much information as you need to". "She was very dogged". Ron Wyden, D-Ore., spoke up. "There was nothing sexist about it and too many people are leaping to inject that word, sexism, into too much commentary", she added. And if we do ever get an answer to any of those questions, it will be thanks in part to Harris' doggedness.

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"And yet", replied Powers, "it's just women that usually are called hysterical".


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