There are rumblings that freshman Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., may be a challenge to President Trump in 2020, but it appears some within her own party are not convinced.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the senior senator in Harris’ state, told The New York Times Thursday that Harris still needs to prove herself at her current job.
“She just got here,” Feinstein said, when asked about Harris’ future on a national stage. She continued, “What she should do is concentrate on being a good, and possibly a great, United States senator. The rest will either happen or not happen.
Harris was elected in California in 2016, becoming the state’s first new senator in two decades. She is also the first black politician to represent the state. She was also the first woman elected the state’s attorney general. Former President Obama was once criticized by calling her “by far, the best looking attorney general in the country.” The crowd laughed, and he responded, “It’s true!”
Originally published by Fox Nation.