Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden pauses during a virtual grassroots fundraiser at the Hotel DuPont in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Former democrat congressman Harold Ford Jr. joined Brian Kilmeade to discuss the impact of Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate. When asked about some of Harris's harsh criticisms of Biden during the primary, Ford says this is what happens when you go up against someone in a primary and pointed to George H.W. Bush becoming Ronald Reagan's vice president after calling Reagan's supply side economic policy "voodoo economics". Ford also disagreed with the assessment Joe Biden has moved to the left, saying that Biden is not a flaming liberal out of the mainstream and he will not be pushed to the far left if he is elected president.