Biden faced to the Ukraine, but not answer, later, on the left of Trump El Paso massacre

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Joe Biden, introduced his own version of a Texas two-step at a campaign stop in San Antonio on Friday night a lot of the Fans can drown out a protester who confronted him about the Ukraine before the ex-vice president, could be the answer — and then further in his rhetorical attack on President Trump.

During Biden assailing Trump’s record on immigration and experienced care was happened.

“America can overcome four years of Donald Trump the chaos and the corruption, but if re-elected, it will forever change fundamentally the character of who we are as a nation,” Biden said to the audience. “We can’t allow this to happen. In this election, it is the soul of our nation and Donald Trump is our soul poisoning.”


Soon, a man in the crowd (not shown here), the camera raised the question: “What about the corruption in the Ukraine?”

The reference was to Biden’s past operations in the country, where his son, Biden, Hunter, allegedly gave a seven-figure job with the Ukraine is the largest natural gas company, Burisma Holdings. At the same time, the older Biden — as Vice President under Barack Obama-it, leading an effort to oust a Ukrainian Prosecutor who was investigating the company, the concerns about a possible conflict of interest.

The three-part story in the Ukraine has been a growing Problem for the White house and the Republicans to the Democrats in Congress to pursue the possible impeachment of President Trump on a July telephone conversation, the President allegedly tried to make a announcement of Ukraine’s investigation into the three-part condition for the country a new government to receive military assistance from the United States

But before Biden, Ukraine could sing-a question on Friday, the audience booed the protesters and began, “We want Joe!”

Biden seemed to be the crowd to follow lead.

“This man is Donald Trump very well. He’s just like Donald Trump,” Biden said, the protesters appeared to leave the event, waving the audience goodbye to him-although, it was unclear, not to leave if he wanted, or if he was forced, either by the security or that of other participants.

“A great American,” Biden continued. “Let him go. … Don’t hurt … let him go. … This is not a trump rally. This is a real rally.”

With Texas as a battleground state in the 2020 presidential race, Biden, apart from side-swiping the other top-tier Democratic rivals, despite tightening polls before the February primary and caucus in New Hampshire and Iowa, respectively, for the first time, voters will actually help determine the party candidate for the White house.

With the protesters gone, Biden took his verbal assault on Trump.

“As my mother would say, God bless me. Bless me, father, for I have sinned,” Biden said, making the sign of the cross before continuing his significant words of the President.

Biden seemed to draw the conclusion that Trump was responsible for the Aug. 3 shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, left 22 people were killed.

“Remind me, ’18, {Trump] said that it is an invasion of Latinos coming across the border? “You go in, to conquer and pollute America “” Biden said. “What do you think? The words the President say, no matter. It took a long time, that a guy went down in El Paso on a Parking lot and put a lot of innocent people, and he says, ‘I’ll do it, in order to prevent the invasion of Texas by Hispanics.'”


The authorities said had written to the suspect, Patrick Crusius, 21, Allen, Texas, a Manifesto, said the shooting was fueled by the fear of an “invasion” of illegal immigrants, adding that the city played a large Hispanic population a role in their targeting. In October Crusius pleads not guilty in connection with the shooting and is due to return to court. Nov. 7.

Trump denounced the shooting as “an act of cowardice” on Twitter, and added: “I know, I stand with everyone in this country to condemn today’s hate-filled act. There are no reasons or excuses, which ever justify the killing of innocent people.”

San Antonio, where Biden spoke on Friday, is the city, where the long-shot Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro served as mayor, before Obama’s administration as Secretary of housing and Urban development.

You speak at an event in Iowa last week, Biden is a man called a “fucking liar”, after he took a swipe at the son, the Hunter, the role on the Board of the controversial Ukrainian gas company.

“Sent them to get her son a job there and work for a gas company, where he had no experience,” began the man during the heated question-and-answer session at the forum in New Hampton. “Access to the President …, you’re selling access to the President as he is.”

Biden fired back: “You’re a fucking liar, man. That’s not true and nobody has ever said that.”

The claim that Biden “sent” is not his son into the Ukraine for a job with Burisma correctly.

Someone appeared to try to take the microphone away from the man in the audience, but Biden stopped her and said: “let him go.”

“No one has said that my son has done something wrong, and I didn’t know, at every opportunity,” he continued, only to be cut off by the man in the audience who shouted that he “was never said” Biden “all wrong.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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