Sen. Kamala Harris is Kryptonite to old, white male Republicans

He was referring to a similar situation during a Senate hearing last week where she was reprimanded for not allowing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to answer.

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After the exchange, Harris tweeted: "It was a simple question".

In his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Attorney General Jeff Sessions did a very evasive thing. She tried to warn us. Senator Burr got in on the fun once again, reprimanding Harris to "let him answer".

But as much as that, it was a way for the good ol' boys club of the Senate to preserve its own testicular privilege-as their colleagues worked out a secret health care bill sure to strip health care options from women-even if, in the sexist language these senators might understand, Harris had the biggest balls of the them all.

Sessions: Well, you let me qualify - if I don't qualify, it you'll accuse me of lying so I need to be correct as best as I can.

Sessions, however, seemed to struggle as he was asked to name the policy he cited. Harris' turns at the mic during two recent hearings of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Questioning Trump administration officials during hearings without breaking a sweat when interrupted by Republican colleagues.

"I don't recall" may have been the most repeated phrase on Capitol Hill yesterday, as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Harris: Sir, I'm just asking you about ... When asked why, he said it goes back to DOJ policies.

Harris was pressing Sessions to explain why he wouldn't answer certain questions.

"So did you not consult it before you came before this committee knowing we would ask you questions about that?" she pressed.

However, evading the answer, Sessions continued to talk about principles of the policy.

Over on CBS' Late Show, Stephen Colbert brought up Miller's treatment of Harris in his monologue about Sessions' testimony. I mean, comparing Harris to Sen. ". I, I am not able to be rushed this fast", Sessions stammered. The witnesses, especially an experienced congressional veteran like Sessions knows you can run out the clock if you give long answers and pause, and he's kind of a slow-talking guy. Richard Burr, R-N.C. There is, however, one common factor both in those that believe Harris is acting irrationally and those that cut her off - they are men. And we talked about the real principle that is at stake is one that I have some appreciation for as having spent 15 years in the department of justice, 12 as United States attorney. That's the part that sets out the president's powers, that it comes from the president's interest in protecting the confidentiality of internal executive branch deliberations and communications.

Harris: Mr. Chairman, respectfully, I would point out that this witness has joked, as we all have, his ability to filibuster.

Sessions: Though the answer is yes.

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