Black men were among the least likely to say a Black woman was a good VP pick.
A statement for the West campaign said: "I am campaigning to be the next president of our great country, not vice president."
Firstman hypes up the "fly-boss" in the video, and people are loving it.
After Wednesday's vice presidential debate, President Trump called the California senator a "communist" who wants to open borders "to allow killers and murderers and rapists" into the country.
"It's Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez to you," the progressive Democrat from New York tweeted during the debate, referring to the vice president.
Democrat Joe Biden's odds briefly dropped to the lowest of the 2020 campaign so far on the Betfair Exchange, before recovering.
"Mr. Santorum, I'm speaking," Gloria Borger responded, using the same words Kamala Harris spoke on the debate stage.
The former first lady said the Democratic vice presidential nominee had been "clear" and "honest" throughout the 90-minute head-to-head.
After a congressional investigation revealed Page to be the host of an off-the-record event paid for by taxpayer dollars, some called for the veteran journalist to step down as Wednesday's debate moderator.
Harris has branded herself as a "progressive prosecutor," with supporters pointing to the fact that she was ahead of her time as she began her career during the "tough on crime era."
Sen. Harris' ties to the radical left—coupled with the Trump campaign's fixation on linking the Biden campaign to it—may provide an opening that the incumbent desperately needs.
A woman is set to permanently alter her appearance to look like Joe Biden's running mate and the makeover will require eight surgical procedures.
Senators will now have to decide whether to take the Supreme Court further down the road of divisiveness and politicization.
Kamala Harris officially became the Democratic Party's vice presidential nominee at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night.
The president's campaign adviser Steve Cortes said that the media is "trying to create a controversy that simply doesn't exist."
The polls released this week suggest the excitement among American voters for Harris as Biden's pick, who made history as the first Black and South Asian American woman selected as the vice presidential nominee of a major party.
The human rights activist has done a U-turn on Biden's choice for vice president.
Kamala Harris is the third woman to run as the vice-presidential candidate for a major political party.
"It's historic and transformational," a former Harris advisor told Newsweek.
"[Joe Biden] roped himself into a certain group of people," Trump told sports journalist Clay Travis during an interview Tuesday.
Progressives have urged Biden to select his former rival, as they see her as well positioned to unite the party's moderate and left-wing factions.
"For generations, communities of color have faced environmental injustice," Senator Harris of California said.
"My focus has been on trying to do everything I could to make our nation a more perfect union," the congresswoman from California said.
"The V.P. is good on style, but, on substance, give me an African American woman on the Supreme Court," House Majority Whip James Clyburn said Friday.
The California congresswoman, a contender to become former Vice President Joe Biden's running mate, responded to scrutiny over her past praise of the Church of Scientology
A photographer captured an image of Biden's notes, which included talking points about Senator Kamala Harris.
"I am making a little bit of time to stay connected to the campaign," Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said in May.
"We have gone through about four candidates so far in the two-hour vetting," presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Monday.
The first-term mayor has received national attention in recent months after speaking out against the coronavirus pandemic and the protests in her city following the deaths of several Black men who died while in police custody.