Sen. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., is old friends with the Democratic Presidential Joe Biden, but after Thursday's debate he was very impressed with the woman who put the former Vice President in the hot seat: Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.
Harris pressed Biden to exploit his ability to work with congressional segregationists and his record of integration, leaving the former Vice President stumbled.
KAMALA HARRIS BOASTS $ 2M POST-DEBATE HAUL WHO HAS A NEW STAMP ON RACE  "She's got a game," Graham told Harris in a clip from an interview at CBS & # 39; "Face the Nation "which will air all Sunday morning. "She is very talented, she is very smart and she will be a force to be reckoned with."
At a pivotal moment on Thursday, Harris called Bids record, not only in how he spoke of segregationists James Eastland and Herman Talmadge, but also how he worked with them.
"It was hard to hear that you were talking about the two US senators' reputation that built their reputation and career separating race into this country," Harris said. "And it wasn't just that, but you also worked with them to oppose bushing." Harris continued to say how she herself benefited from a bus program that helped integrate public schools.
TRUMP AT G-20 MOCKS DEMS, CASES NOW WINSTON CHURCHILL, & # 39; WHERE HARRIS GOT FOR VERY CREDIT & # 39;
Harris continued grilling Biden against his opposition to federal mandate buses. While Biden was answering her questions, Harris had defended him. [1
"I think you will underestimate Joe Biden at your own risk," he said.