Biden-Harris campaign ignites controversy over conflicting stance toward the Green New Deal
Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif.) and Vice President Mike Pence went toe-to-toe on the vice presidential debate stage on Wednesday.
Steven Crowder and the "Louder with Crowder" crew livestreamed the event and offered an evening of live fact-checking and commentary throughout the debate.
In this clip, moderator Susan Page of USA Today asked Harris about the stance a Biden-Harris administration would take regarding the Green New Deal.
"Vice President Biden said he did not support the Green New Deal, but if you look at the Biden-Harris campaign website, it describes the Green New Deal as a 'crucial framework.' What exactly would be the stance of a Biden-Harris administration toward the Green New Deal?" the moderator asked.
"I will repeat, and as the American people already know, Joe Biden will not ban fracking," Harris replied.
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