'It seems he derives some element of joy in inciting people around, around outrageous and hateful rhetoric,' Harris said about Trump's recent series of remarks on congresswomen of colour.
Harris's presidential campaign raised nearly USD 12 million from more than 279,000 people in the second quarter of 2019, she has raised more than USD 23 million in this campaign.
Kamala Harris has gained ground recently due to her debate performance, particularly her exchange over race with Joe Biden.
US Democratic presidential candidate Biden apologizes for comments defending segregationist senators
Kamala Harris, during the debates, accused Biden of opposing the busing of black students to schools in white neighbourhoods during the 1970s as part of desegregation efforts.
Harris, who is of Indian and Jamaican descent, still lags behind in fundraising totals when compared alongside other 2020 Democratic contenders.
Kamala Harris, 54, the first Indian-origin American Senator, soared to 20 per cent in the Quinnipiac University survey, while former US Vice President Joe Biden fell to 22 per cent.
The senator from California, who has regularly participated in pride parades ever since she was district attorney, wore shiny rainbow-coloured sequined jacket.
The California Senator was the target of birtherism-like attack, the latest jabs to racism faced by former President Barack Obama as a movement that denied that Obama was a natural-born US resident.
Harris allegedly defended a discriminatory policy in 2011 that prohibited state prison guards from keeping beards for religious reasons, even though exceptions were given for medical reasons.
But she criticized him for recently "defending segregationists" in the Senate and for once opposing mandatory busing of students to desegregated public schools.
Harris criticized Biden for recently 'defending segregationists' in the Senate and for once opposing mandatory busing of students to desegregated public schools.
Prominent candidates include former Vice President Joe Biden, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Senators Kamala Harris, Michael Bennet, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Several US Senators have called for breaking up the social network amid repeated data breaches and privacy violations on the platform.
We cannot allow people to start creating hierarchies among immigrants., Haris said on the plan's intention to award immigrants certain points based on education or skills.
Campaigning in New Hampshire on Wednesday, the Democratic presidential candidate and California senator said she'd consider increasing the number of justices on the Supreme Court.