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Millions watched last summer as Kamala Harris confronted Joe Biden over his record on busing and segregation, landing one of the first major blows to the frontrunner. “That little girl was me,” Harris said in a memorable debate exchange that left Biden flailing before simply giving up. “I agree that everybody wants the—anyway, my time is up,” he said. “I’m sorry.”
It was a defining moment for both candidates’ campaigns. Harris, who has since dropped out, was briefly propelled to the top of the Democratic field. For Biden, the clash highlighted concerns among both progressives and moderates over the record he’s accumulated after decades in Washington and his ability to throw down with Donald Trump on a general election debate stage.
But now, according to the New York Times, Harris is considering endorsing her former primary rival after President Trump’s impeachment trial, a move which could boost Biden’s campaign at a critical moment in the 2020 race. Harris signaled on Friday that she’s not quite ready to endorse, telling SiriusXM that she has “not made any decision” and remains focused on impeachment.
If Harris does back Biden, both sides may benefit: He’d gain a high-profile campaign surrogate with slightly more credibility in progressive circles, while she’d presumably have a better chance of joining his ticket if he wins the nomination. After Harris left the race last month, Biden said he’d consider her for his running mate. “Of course I would,” he said, noting that she could “be anything she wants to be.” “She’s solid,” he told reporters. Friends before becoming primary rivals, the two have appeared to rebuild their relationship in recent weeks. They had a long conversation following Harris’s December exit, as the Times noted, and have remained in contact since. Harris would almost certainly be on a shortlist of candidates for running mate in a party not exactly enthusiastic about anointing another septuagenarian white guy as the nominee. An endorsement from Harris might not resolve the issues she exposed when she eviscerated him in June, but it could certainly help.
Still, Harris isn’t beloved by many progressives, thanks to her heavily scrutinized record as a prosecutor in California. In selecting Harris or Amy Klobuchar as his running mate, Biden may extend his reach a little, but probably wouldn’t do much to draw in supporters of Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren the way, say, a long-rumored run with Georgia progressive Stacey Abrams would. (Abrams has shot down the speculation: “You don’t run for second place,” she said this summer). Harris also has to consider her political future beyond the 2020 race. Citing Democratic officials familiar with her thinking, the Times noted that she is “mindful that two of her female colleagues…were still in the race” and is “uneasy about the prospect of backing a candidate only to see him or her lose California.” Aligning herself with Biden could also hurt her standing among skeptical progressives, though the risk may be worth it. “She’s going to have a lot of people allied with her,” California political consultant Bill Carrick told the Times, “who will be for Joe.”
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As we head into the last week of January (anyone else feel like this month has felt 88 days long?), we might be feeling a little unmotivated or burnt out when it comes to the goals we set for the new year. Thankfully, we have a few inspiring celebrity fitness journeys to detail that should help you push through, including Rebel Wilson‘s determination to make the first year of this decade her “year of health.” Wanting to make “positive changes”? That’s something we all can get behind in 2020, right?
While she’s been transforming her mind and body through exercise and healthy habits, another star revealed a major lifestyle change that made headlines: they gave up alcohol. Plus, the Jonas Brothers documented a hilarious transformation on social media and Jessica Simpson opened up in a way she never has before in her latest new career.
Check out this week’s biggest celeb transformations…
2020 is “the year of health” for the Cats and Pitch Perfect star and her trainer Jono Castano revealed on Instagram she’s been putting her money where her mouth is, saying she “has been putting in the yards 7 days a week.”
And in an interview with E! News, Jono detailed Rebel’s daily fitness plan: “A typical week will look like this—Day 1: HIIT and mobility, Day 2: weights and resistance, Day 3: HIIT, Day 4: HIIT, Day 5: HIIT and weights, Day 6: rest period, Day 7: HIIT. We focus on plenty of HIIT circuits, but at the same time, focusing on technique and tempo.”
It’s all about showing up, according to Jono, who said, “Results come through consistency.”
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On a recent episode of Live With Kelly and Ryan, the beloved morning talk show host revealed she quit drinking after Ryan Seacrest joined the show following Michael Strahan‘s dramatic exit in 2017.
While discussing America’s “wine problem,” the 49-year-old revealed that she had cut alcohol out of her diet. “They are saying Americans bought less wine in the last year,” she explained. “It’s the first drop in a quarter of a century. Now, I believe this is because I quit drinking, that I caused this slip. I have influenced the market. I’m not saying I’ve driven people out. I’m saying I stopped buying wine and there’s a 25 percent dip.”
Ryan was happy to take the credit, saying, “I started the show and she quit drinking. What does that tell you? I don’t know…It that good or bad?”
In an Instagram post, the “You Are the Reason” star showed off his body transformation, posting three shirtless photos he took over the course of his 2018 tour to document his progress.
“This year I am going to push myself harder than ever before. I always yo-yo with my weight because I love wine and carbs,” he wrote. “But I learned that that’s ok. It’s about making sure you train hard and eat well, then the treats are well deserved.”
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While she already has a stacked and impressive resume, the singer and lifestyle entrepreneur Jessica is adding author to that list, with the upcoming release of her highly anticipated memoir, Open Book. And the mom of three has already been sharing excerpts that prove it will be a must-read for book clubs, including her surprising decision to get sober, reflecting on her divorce from Nick Lachey and her rocky romance with John Mayer.
But Jessica, 39, also will open up about being sexually abused when she was just 6 years old, People reports.
Though she was initially approached to write an inspirational lifestyle book, Jessica explained she “didn’t comfortable talking about myself in a way that wasn’t honest…I’m a horrible liar.”
The Jonas Brothers
Just when you thought they wouldn’t be able to top their hilarious recreation of an iconic Keeping Up With the Kardashians scene, Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas managed to do just that, thanks to their latest viral video.
On TikTok, the JoBros stepped back into their Camp Rock days, each going back into their respective “Connect 3” character (flat-ironed bangs, curly wigs and all), with Joe totally nailing his infamous Shane Gray line: “I don’t wanna waste my summer at some camp! I’m Shane Gray for crying out loud!”
Joe captioned the video, “Presented without comment…” But here’s our comment: LOLOLOLOLOL. But also…Camp Rock 3, please?
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Not only did Taylor debut her highly anticipated Netflix documentary Miss Americana at the Sundance Film Festival, she also showed off the return of one of her signature looks: the shaggy lob!
With side-swept bangs and a few inches chopped off, Taylor’s chic ‘do was giving us serious 1989 nostalgia.
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