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Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris has revealed that if elected to President, she will go after Trump.

The California senator and former state attorney general said, "we will do what is necessary to prosecute the case against four more years of Donald Trump in the White House."

"And so fight we will. And fight we must, knowing this is a fight that is born out of optimism," Senator Harris said. "This is a fight that is born out of knowing and believing and having faith in what can be unburdened by what has been," she said during a campaign stop in Greensboro at Smith High School.

Two weeks ago, Harris accused President Trump of running a campaign of terror in order to secure the 2020 vote.

Harris appeared on NBC's Meet the Press where she ripped into the Trump administration over their handling of undocumented immigrants,

"This administration has directed DHS to conduct these raids as part of what I believe is this administration's campaign of terror. Children are afraid to go to school for fear that when they come home, their parents won't be there," Harris said.

Harris also accused Trump of "failing" his voter.

"Here's the thing. There are people who voted for him for a variety of reasons," she said. "And a lot of it had to do with the promises he made, which he has not delivered on because they were false promises.

"And he betrayed a lot of people. He came in saying he was going to help working families. Everyone from farmers to auto workers."