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Presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) welcomed former Vice President Joe Biden into the Democratic primary Thursday, calling him a friend and saying he “brings a wealth of knowledge to the race.”

“As of this morning, my friend Joe Biden is now running for president. And you know what I say to that? The more, the merrier! Joe brings a wealth of knowledge to the race, and I’m excited to debate ideas and policy with him and the many other candidates running for president in the coming months,” Harris said in an email to supporters. “Let me be clear: I intend to win. But with a primary field this crowded, it’s on us to find new ways to cut through the noise and reach more voters. It’s going to take a lot of resources.”

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The California senator requested a donation to her campaign, saying she would need funds to help cut through in a crowded primary field that has grown to 21 candidates with Biden’s entry.

Biden’s campaign announcement, though expected for months, made a splash Thursday, immediately launching the former vice president near the top of the primary pack alongside Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

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