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Staffers for former Vice President Joe Biden (D) and Sen. Kamala Harris’s (D-Calif.) campaigns got in a Twitter feud Wednesday over the 2020 hopefuls’ comments regarding school busing.

Kate Bedingfield, deputy campaign manager and communications director for Biden, shared an article from the Associated Press characterizing Harris’s position on school busing as a method of integrating American schools that should be an option, not a mandate from the federal government.

“It’s disappointing that Senator Harris chose to distort Vice President Biden’s position on busing — particularly now that she is tying herself in knots trying not to answer the very question she posed to him!” Bedingfield shared.

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Ian Sams, Harris’s national press secretary, retweeted Bedingfield’s comment, firing back, “VP Biden said: ‘Who the hell do we think we are that the only way a black man or woman can learn is if they rub shoulders with my white child?’ He called busing an ‘asinine concept.’ C’mon. Y’all are better than this.”

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