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For the Democratic nomination nears the first votes in Iowa. The stakes couldn't be higher. Impeachment has entered a new phase clear. Front runners are emerging and time is running out for the other candidates to breakthrough Rachel Motto Andrea Mitchell. Kristen Welker and Ashley Parker Harker. We'll bring their experience and tenacity to the table to moderate the most consequential debate yet the next democratic debates tonight at nine PM Eastern only on. MSNBC HI Scott. I'm von and we make all the videos over at NYC. Cooking thanksgiving is coming up and it is the biggest day of the year for us and Y T cooking king. This year we set out with our cameras to record. Our columnist Allison Roman as she cooked Thanksgiving meal for ten of her closest friends. I'm making a regular size Thanksgiving in a a very small kitchen. She treats Thanksgiving party. She doesn't set her table. Defrost my Turkey on a sheet pan in my bathtub. Her drinks are served also in the Bathtub Tab. She makes the menu that she wants to make. I don't have sweet potatoes on my menu because Atlanta and I don't like sweet potatoes and if you don't want to be potatoes on your menu you don't need to put sweet potatoes on your menu at MIT cooking. We want to provide that inspiration for you to build your own menu shape to your taste your cooking level and your ambition so just head on over to N. Y. COOKING DOT COM slash Thanksgiving and get inspired. She's coming out boy feeling. I'm having a baby obviously never had a baby. I know this is not as hard as having a baby. Amy So we're now headed to the Dow and then we're back on the road and we keep following Senator Harris and the next stop is Greenville. This is a bigger city. Over sixty. Two thousand people we're from Greenwood to Greenville more urban community. Don't be bothered with nothing but the right now the lab and I actually find out you can sing so we get the Greenville when we come in. It's a large gymnasium. pobably double or triple. The amount of people in terms of crowd size is even though there are some empty seats. And there's also just a more elaborate setup that's all kind of just the campaign doing more of a operational national flexing of muscle for the bigger city right so this is a more diverse place. It's more highly educated. It's younger and people are following election more closely and so here many people already know her are so are you. Also people who have picked a candidate is all it. Yeah and what are some of the things they was. They say what you hear from the Comma Harris diehards that she first came on their radar during the Senate committee hearings. She was praised for aggressive aggressive. Questioning of Bill Barring Jeff sessions so I think it was during the like when during sessions confirmation hearings the I thought she's going to run for president in and if she is she's got my vote. Eventually Brad Kavanagh especially during the cavenaugh hearings when she talked to Dr Ford and just looked at her in the eyes and said I believe view I believe you. They tell you that. They like her debate. Interaction with Joe Biden and the first debate. She looked tough on the debate stage AIDS and she's the one that they wanted to see go up against Donald Trump. And you ask them but why is she not pulling better. What have you thought about the kind of trajectory of her her campaign? I mean she started up there but she kind of fallen. Why do you think that is what are some of the things they cite as examples? These folks are following the race closely and so they know that there's been a change in political standing from where cinder hair started the race to where she arrived now and when you ask her supporters that why did that happen they again point to her identity. She's been erased by the media. She's been misrepresented by the media. They blame media for preferring referring often white candidates over people of Color and they point to a top tier where the four candidates at the top are all white now the Democratic Party. I mean she's a black woman in a race that everyone's looking for a white savior candidate and so But I think don't count her out. She's got a strong wrong ground. Game and event kicks off with a couple of introductions including from a high school student. Ladies and gentlemen I am proud to present to you. Someone who looks is just like me. They've had started. Having organizers introduced are particularly women of Color to lean into that representation aspect well good afternoon. Greenville it is wonderful full to be back and throw the speech. The thing that gets the most ovation is when she goes. After trump we will need as our nominee the knee someone who can stand on that debate stage and go toe to toe with Donald Trump. And Greenville you're looking at looking at her. There's a couple of lines that any Democrat say. They'll get the audience on their feet. A surefire crowd-pleaser is to attack the press and somebody needs to remind Donald trump that some of his closest relatives are immigrants too and especially with the impeachment proceedings. Going on Senator Harris is lines of justice being on the ballot or prosecuting the case against Donald Trump are always going to get the crowd on their feet. The question is if it's just about trump. Why is that a reason to prefer Thomas Harris over the rest of the Democratic field who are also making those same? Hey Mark I'm running. Thank you also very okay. Where are we going? We are in greer South Carolina the following day. Bright and early we join her again. It's next to Greenville and this time it's raining in cat. A community center need more creation. Community Center will here where she is speaking to. Maybe twenty twenty. Five people all african-american the American older residents live long wonderful. Is You'll remember that for a large part of your line. She spent a lot of her speech or lowering prescription drug costs and her healthcare plan but she also mentioned more systemic problems and remember the zero nothing and the brokers made all kinds of like housing inequality and equitable education issues. That matter to older black voters and the final can look at his son. A son you don't have to go and get a loan from one of those private companies. They charge you these outrageous interest rates. I'll take some of the equity out of my home to help you pay for tuition after cared to speech We see something that I haven't experienced so far after he. Ah Ah Pastor starts a prayer for her action she. She is literally holding her hands and the whole room. Everyone is standing up. Davey head when you go out to eat more community center This is one of the cool things you can see while campaigning specifically in South Carolina because the democratic electorate is so black and and because the black electorate particularly southern states is so religious. A lot of the campaigning happens through these religious communities. Pastors Thursday and black communities are not just religious leaders their community leaders their political leaders their cultural hubs and particularly with black candidates. There's like a sense of kinship. There I pray that you have a pilot for every car that she journeys I asked you to be. The driver. Every thought that she would ask you to be. Harris is a religious woman and there is a shared language of faith. That happens at these events that you see with other candidates. They wouldn't in pray for a white candidate. There's something different when it's someone who they know has worshipped in their churches it for their whole lives and so she praised for her and she mentioned that the last presidential candidates he prayed for and brave in presidential election. Was Barack Obama Barack Hussein. The river is reverend gets the U. Goes by pastor so we can declare they called me pastor rev Intel Lynette Gibson who I am and we actually actually catch up with her after the prayer. Is it your first time seeing this. Imagine Right I. I'm seeing but not first time hearing about and then we ask her about the race have you you are you. Someone who personally has made a decision about who you before I have not I have not And that's been because the field is so wide you know but I A- as I've shared a posture of first of all pray for our country What is it you can see how that represents a problem forgotten hairs?.