Senator Kamala Harris interrupted (again) by male colleagues while questioning attorney general

Senator Kamala Harris interrupted (again) by male colleagues while questioning attorney general

Senator Kamala Harris interrupted (again) by male colleagues while questioning attorney general

The impromptu learning opportunity was prompted by Miller's characterization of Senator Kamala Harris's normal conduct during Jeff Sessions's Senate testimony, during which Harris's questions made the attorney general "nervous." True, what Harris accomplished by using rapier, rapid-fire questioning techniques with Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, the US attorney general, on Tuesday, and on three Trump administration intelligence agency experts earlier this month, was impressive.

Harris had been asking Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about whether he would sign a letter stating that the special counsel appointed to lead the Russian Federation probe would be fully independent from Department of Justice. It seems clear why Harris is targeted by these men: she is both Black and a woman, and her colleagues' "criticism" of her is couched in misogynoir, the interplay between racism and sexism.

HARRIS: Is that policy in writing somewhere? Kamala Harris' line of tough questioning also left a strong impression, despite her being continuously interrupted. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), and Sen.

Powers asked: "Can I just go back to something [Miller] said?"

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies on June 13, 2017, on Capitol Hill.

"Chairman, the witness should be allowed to answer the question", he can be heard saying off-camera.

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This week, it was deja vu all over again, as Harris questioned Sessions about his role as a campaign stand-in for Trump and contacts he had had with the Russians.

HARRIS: Did you not consult it before you came before this committee knowing we would ask you questions about it?

Sessions then went into an extended explanation while avoiding the "yes or no" question of whether the department had a written policy preventing him from discussing his conversations with the president.

Harris: that you would be asked these ...

Most of Sessions' answers to questions on his conversations with President Trump about the Russian Federation investigation read along the lines, "I'm not able to discuss with you, to confirm or deny, the nature of private conversations I had with the president".

"I think she was hysterical", Miller said of Harris.

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MCCAIN: The witness should be allowed to answer the question.

BURR: "Senators will allow the chair to control the hearing".

Specifically, Harris is from Berkeley and came of age during a time (roughly the late 1960s through the "80s) when all manner of social upheaval was the order of the day. Ron Wyden was, would you say that?" "I don't think Sen". Wyden (D-OR) was really trying to get to the bottom of answers either. "I don't think Sen".

"But he wasn't hysterical, she was", Powers said.

"And yet, it's just women that usually are called hysterical", Powers replied, not missing a beat.

After a contentious exchange between Harris and Sessions during Wednesday's intelligence hearing, Harris tweeted: "The women of the United States Senate will not be silenced when seeking the truth".

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