Harris criticized Trump for refusing to condemn white supremacy at various points throughout his presidency. Trump lit a firestorm during last week’s presidential debate when he urged the Proud Boyz, A violent extremist group, to “stand aside and stand aside” at the Black Lives Matter protests. The White House later said that the president had “always denounced” any form of white supremacy, despite evidence to the contrary.
Harris accused Trump of a “pattern” of racism, Citing his ban on many Muslim-majority countries, describing Mexicans as rapists and criminals during the launch of his campaign, and his statement that there were “good people on both sides” at a white national rally in Charlottesville in 2017 that witnessed the killing of a counter-demonstrator by a white supremacist.
Harris said: “This is the president of the United States.” “America, you deserve better.”
at the same time, Pence said he does not believe systemic racism exists in the United States When mediator Susan Page asked about the police murder of Briona Taylor. Pence and Harris disagreed about “getting justice” in the Taylor case.
Harris said: “Her family deserves justice.” “She has robbed her of life in an unjustified, tragic and violent manner.”
“Our hearts break out for any innocent American … but I trust our judicial system – a grand jury reviewing the evidence,” Pence said.