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Kamala Harris begins White House campaign with scathing assault on Trump

OAKLAND, Calif. - Sen. Kamala Harris began her Democratic campaign for president Sunday with an attack on President Donald Trump and a promise to unify a country deeply riven along social, cultural and political lines.

Speaking from the steps of Oakland's City Hall

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