"Your colleague senator Kamala Harris was forced to drop out having trouble financing her campaign", O'Donnell noted.
"The Five" co-host Juan Williams weighed in Wednesday on Sen.
Joe Biden said Wednesday he would consider choosing Kamala Harris as his vice president if he wins the Democratic nomination, and suggested several other possible jobs for her.
"If you're saying, 'oh, it seems to me that there's bias at play, ' wouldn't you think, 'Oh, there's a tremendous well of support coming from blacks, Latinos, women?'" Williams asked on "The Story with Martha MacCallum".
Castro commended Harris for her candidacy and stated that she is "one of the most qualified people running". "I have mixed emotions about it because she is a solid person and loaded with talent".
There's a lot of talk as Kamala Harris as a possible vice presidential candidate.
"I'm not a billionaire", said Harris, a former attorney general of California and former San Francisco district attorney.
While she's out of the race for the presidential nomination, Sen.
"It's a damn shame, frankly, that Kamala Harris's voice is no longer in this race", Booker told BuzzFeed News's "AM to DM".
Harris said that she was ending her bid because of a lack of funds.
In addition to campaign financing strains, the Harris run was slowed by campaign staff turmoil that the candidate didn't speak of in her departing comments.
Castro and Booker have yet to qualify for the next debate later this month and continue to poll in the low single digits.
"And this is not just about individual candidates - it's about the diverse coalition we need to defeat Donald Trump", he said.