Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisHarris, Booker, requests that the judgment on the Jussie Smollett case be suspended until the end of the investigation. Harris claims that Trump would trust Putin for the scandal of irresponsibility and shameful "Barack, Michelle Obama should refrain from approving by 2020. report MORE (D-Calif.) Defended Tuesday his support for "Medicare for all", saying that this is not a socialist idea.
"No, no, it's about providing health care for everyone," Harris told NBC News' Kasie Hunt after asking if she supported socialism.
Harris, a Democratic presidential candidate who has embraced Medicare for all, told NBC that rising costs make health care unaffordable. She said she wanted to provide universal access to health care.
"It is important to understand that access to affordable health care should not be a privilege, but a right.It must be understood that in a democracy, and in the way we have built our democracy We at least, in principle, have stated that your access to public education, public health or public safety should not depend on how much money you have, "Harris said.
Harris's comments come one day after he told reporters at a campaign stage in New Hampshire that she was "not a democratic socialist", a term used by several progressive politicians for describe yourself, especially Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersCongres wants to force Trump's hand on Saudi support Booker wants to dialogue on race as he begins his 2020 campaign Capitalism: the ideal known MORE (I-Vt.), Who announced his own offer at the White House on Tuesday.
Last month, Harris made headlines when she said in front of CNN City Hall that she wanted to remove private insurance so she could focus on insurance. sickness for all.
Republicans rushed on the complaint, warning that if single payer cards were met, people would not be able to keep their plans private.
A counselor from Harris later indicated that she would be open to more moderate health care reform projects.
Medicare for all has become a kind of progressive litmus test among the presidential candidates of the 2020 presidential election, and points to the points on which many Democrats insist that their party and country go.
In Congress, the party is grappling with various proposals and Harris has co-sponsored various health insurance plans for all types of bills, including a Medicare buyout.