She didn't get any answers out of him, but Sen. Kamala Harris notched another political win at Tuesday's Senate Intelligence Committee hearing when she pushed and pushed against Attorney General Jeff Sessions' refusal to answer questions.
Harris, a former district attorney and California attorney general, was in prosecutorial mode Tuesday, pressing against Sessions' repeated statements that he couldn't recall certain facts and conversations and would not discuss conversations he's had with President Trump.
California's junior senator was again among the last to ask questions at the hearing, but managed to delight her fans and burnish her reputation as a Trump critic with one of the more entertaining exchanges of the day.
Harris was asking Sessions whether he had any conversations during last year's presidential campaign with any Russians that he has not previously disclosed. She and Sessions repeatedly talked over one another as he tried to give long, meandering answers to what she wanted to be yes-or-no questions. (Each senator had only five minutes to grill the attorney general.)