NICOLLE WALLACE, MSNBC HOST: He does have a following though — and if you look at what’s happening with coronavirus, he was pretty comfortable with his posture of basically being a truther – of not wearing a mask, not advocating masks, not believing in a national testing program, not ever really believing in and backing contact tracing when the infections were ravaging my home state, your home state. Now that it is a national problem, he’s out of step with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. I mean, where do you see his blame and sort of the burden that he should carry as we move forward? As the pandemic — Anthony Fauci predicted, 100,000 new infections a day. What do we do with him still speaking to millions of people? SEN. KAMALA HARRIS (D-CA): Well, to your point, this is still very much in play. People are becoming sick by the thousands each day. We have over 125,000 people who have died just in the last few months. And so what – this is very much in play, and for that reason, I say that to some extent, we just need to ignore Donald Trump and focus on what the public health professionals are telling us, listen to folks like Dr. Fauci, listen to the county public health officials who are telling us, wear a mask, keep social distance, wash your hands, save your life and the lives of the people who you love. And so, I think to some extent, let’s just stop being distracted by Donald Trump, who has clearly evacuated his position of leadership on this. He has discounted himself. He has diminished himself. And I — and frankly, I think we just need to stop paying attention to him on this subject and frankly, many others.