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The coronavirus is causing major adjustments to the Democratic presidential campaign as the debates were cancelled, and former Vice-President, Joe Biden, attacks President Trump over his handling of the COVID-19 situation; Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy reports.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden, who requested she has Secret Service protection, as he continues his race against the democratic presidential nomination.
The formal request from the Biden camp now triggers a review process by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the implementation of a rating and with a cross-party panel of congressional leaders. Following the review, DHS Acting Secretary Chad Wolf must sign to grant the approval of Biden’s protection.
Biden addressed was the request for the “big four” – a reference to the Quartet of the leadership on Capitol Hill: Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi and house Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
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The request comes after some protesters Biden speeches and events in the last few months have been disturbed.
While Biden’s speech in Los Angeles on Super Tuesday night, two women stormed the stage, shouting: “let the dairy-die.” Dr. Jill Biden, Joe Biden’s sister, Valerie, blocked the demonstrators from the touch of the former Vice-President.
Biden campaign as a senior Advisor to Symone Sanders immediately to the stage, grabbed a protester and remove them. The other protester was dragged from the stage by security.
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Biden recently said that NBC’s Secret Service protection was always “always” is necessary.
“I don’t like to pull, the [President Donald] Trump the routine of someone’s standing to protest, throw it out throw the bum. I don’t do this,” he said in an interview.” “I think that the idea of jumping on a stage is simply not acceptable.”
He added: “The last thing we need is someone to get hurt.”
Fox News’ Peter Doocy contributed to this report.