Sep. In Kamala, Harris, California, it may have been what some call her "please slap" the moment Thursday when she received a less favorable answer to whether America was "ready" to be president.
At a town hall event in Reno, Nevada, Harris told attendees that he wanted to "really talk" about the state of the 2020 race.
"In this election in the last couple, I mean, maybe a couple of months, usually a couple of weeks, this whole conversation about elegance centered on our campaign," Harris said. "Is America Ready for It?"
Then several listeners heard the answer "No" throughout the hall, and Harris was visibly shocked to hear.
"Well, yes," Harris told the crowd, sparks of laughter.
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Harris has seen a sharp decline in polling stations in recent weeks. In the latest Fox News poll, she received seven percent support among likely Democratic voters, while former Vice President Joe Biden maintained a double-digit 29 percent advantage, and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Had 18 percent support and senior. Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts, holds 16 percent.