"What we're at a loss is for people in Congress to have the courage to do something".
When asked if she supports an idea floated by fellow candidate Sen.
"People have been having good ideas for decades on this issue, said the California senator, who is running for president in 2020".
Booker is also vying for the White House.
Both House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler have said that the president's decision to issue execute privilege over the entire Mueller report and supporting evidence is evidence that there is threat to Congress' ability to exercise their constitutional duty.
Specifically, Harris said that such action would include requiring background checks of customers to be performed by "anyone who sells more than five guns a year".
Harris also expressed support for government intervention in dealing with Facebook.
Zuckerberg dismissed the claim made by his long-time friend and Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes that it is time to break up Facebook.
Tapper went on to note that various union members don't want replacements for their private insurance plans, to which, Harris said the country must look at whether such laborers had to give up wages in exchange for higher coverage for health care.
"There are very few people that can actually get by, and be involved in their communities and society, or in whatever their profession, without somehow, somewhere using Facebook". It's very hard for people to be engaged in any level of commerce without it. It is essentially a utility that has gone unregulated.
In that town hall, Harris used the words "let's eliminate all of that", a major campaign stumble which was widely reported as her saying America should get rid of the private health insurance market entirely.
"I support Medicare for all but I really do need to clear up what happened on that stage", she said.
"It doesn't get rid of supplemental insurance-" Harris objected again. It was in the context of saying, 'Let's get rid of all the bureaucracy. "Let's get rid of all the waste", she said of her previous remark. "What I worry about are the very real walls being put up between us as we get divided and carved up". "I'm opposed to any policy that would deny in our country any human being from access to public safety, public education or public health, period", Harris answered.