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Sen. Kamala Harris, considered an early contender for the presidential ticket in 2020, vowed to reject corporate PAC money Monday after earlier refusing to commit.

During an interview on “The Breakfast Club” radio show, Harris said she has decided in the last few weeks to not take corporate PAC checks. Earlier in the month, when asked if she would refuse to accept money from corporations or a corporate lobbyist, Harris said “it depends.”

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Her earlier comment put her in a tricky spot as other potential 2020 contenders — Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand D-N.Y., Cory Booker, D-N.J., Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. — pledged to reject corporate cash.

“I’ve made a decision since I had that conversation that I’m not going to accept corporate PAC checks. I’m not,” Harris said.

Asked if she’s ever thought about running for president, Harris dodged.

“I have so many dreams,” she said.

Harris made clear last week that one of her dreams is a female-filled Senate chamber, tweeting on Friday, “It was a historic moment yesterday when @SenDuckworth brought baby Maile the Senate floor (a well overdue one). I look forward to the day when we need a nursery off the side of the cloakroom of the United States Senate.”

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