“And that guy married to that girl was me.”
The only thing more awkward than Kamala Harris playing the race card on her own behalf, is having her white industry entertainment lawyer with a house in Brentwood play it.
And play it hard.
Second gentleman Doug Emhoff reflected on the “powerful” impact of the Supreme Court landmark ruling in Loving v. Virginia legalizing interracial marriage, saying he would not have been married to Vice President Harris if not for that decision.
“For hundreds of years, you could not literally marry somebody that you loved because of their race. I would not be married to Kamala Harris but for that Supreme Court decision,” Emhoff, who has been married to Harris since 2014, said.
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