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Kamala Harris admits she offered no support to woman who accused top aide of harassment

Kamala Harris has been “a fighter for women’s rights” for her “entire career,” but she still hasn’t bothered to reach out to a woman who claimed to have been sexually harassed by her longtime aide.

Harris’ senior advisor, Larry Wallace, resigned in December after The Sacramento Bee revealed he paid his former executive assistant, Danielle Hartley, $400,000 in 2017 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit that stemmed from Wallace’s tenure as director of the Division of Law Enforcement at the California Department of Justice.

Harris was attorney general at the time and later brought Wallace on when she won a seat in the U.S. Senate. Harris attempted to downplay the issue when she was recently confronted during an interview with Univision’s Illia Calderon, but was eventually forced to admit she never checked in on the victim.

“One of your top aides, Larry Wallace, was accused of sexual harassment and you said you weren’t aware of what had happened. Did anyone tell you what was going on at your office?” Calderon questioned.

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