Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Rev. Al Sharpton sat down at Sylvia's restaurant in Harlem on Thursday. As this photo from Sharpton's publicist Rachel Noerdlinger shows, the media clearly wanted a seat at the table, too.
The 2020 presidential hopeful and the MSNBC host followed up on a tradition set by the late Rep. Shirley Chisolm and former President Barack Obama, who both stopped at the soul food spot on their historic campaigns, Noerdlinger pointed out.
While this window-peeping huddle might look like they're scoping out the menu, they were probably just responding to a press release Noerdlinger sent out before the event. Yes, when you're running for president, even lunch needs a press gaggle.
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