Kamala Harris struggles to name policy differences from Democrat competitors

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UPDATED 12:58 PM PT — Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Running on identical political agendas may not be a smart move for Democrat 2020 hopefuls looking to stand out from a packed primary field.

During a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, presidential candidate Kamala Harris struggled to distinguish herself from her 14 Democrat competitors in terms of policy.

When asked why voters should elect her as the Democrat Party’s primary pick, Harris struggled to name a single policy difference that separates her from the crowd of candidates looking to challenge President Trump.

In this March 9, 2019, photo, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., speaks during an event in St. George, S.C. Elizabeth Warren is betting voters are looking for a policy guru. Harris thinks they want a candidate who moves them with a personal story. As they roll out their president campaigns, the two senators are field-testing dramatically different theories about how to connect to with electorate. (AP Photo/Meg Kinnard)

“I think one of the distinctions is I have a background of having been a leader, and I think that the voters are going to decide who will be the next commander and chief, the President of the Untied States, based on experience of leading,” said Harris.

However, political experience may not be enough if Harris wants to gain an edge over her Democrat competitors since 13 of the candidates running are politicians.

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