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Biden, for once, diversity as ‘poppycock,’ complained to US of the agreement is missing, saw the end of ethnicity

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The democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is with new control over his past ncomments that the diversity in the USA “was a number of poppycock.”

Biden, who has established himself as the front-runner in the race for the democratic party of 2020 presidential nomination, has recently, the importance of America’s diversity emphasized and criticized President Trump about his immigration policy.

“This is America, and we are big and strong, and because of this diversity, Mr. President, not in spite of it,” Biden said at the democratic debate stage in the last month.

“America’s strength is and has always been rooted in our diversity,” Biden wrote in a tweet last month.

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But Biden took the opposite view, back in 1976, during his time as a U.S. senator from Delaware, and regretted in this bicentennial year, that there is not a single ethnic group, the United country, the Washington Examiner reported.

“I told them [in an earlier speech] on my view that the uniqueness of America lies in the fact that we said a big melting pot,” Biden during the annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Boise, Idaho, in February 1976.

“We hear that all the time, it is black and white, rich and poor, Christians and Jews — therefore, we are strong. I told you then, I thought that was a bunch of poppycock.”

— Joe Biden

“We hear that all the time, it is black and white, rich and poor, Christians and Jews — therefore, we are strong. I told you then, I thought that was a bunch of poppycock,” he continued.

“The fact that we are black and white-not to bring us together as a nation. The fact that we are a Christian and a Jew, not us, our differences run to send in a different embrace on Herold. The fact is that people are afraid of differences. The fact that the reason why this nation is in the situation to be, the most heterogeneous nation in the history of mankind is not there, it is a melting pot. It is because different than any other nation in the world, we are clearly a product of our political institutions.

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“If France tomorrow, for example, in [sic] a monarchy, I didn’t tell you, I believe that France will change substantially. Because in France there is a ethnic group, binds them together, a cultural Band. You don’t have that in America,” he concluded.

“In France there is a ethnic group, binds them together, a cultural Band. You don’t have to in America.”

— Joe Biden

The explanations are sure to give the ammunition the progressive Democrats run for President. The former Vice President have criticized about his previous opposition to Federal desegregation efforts, and his past, advertises for its ability to work with segregation ists in the Senate.

Biden has a stutter on the campaign in the question of race relations. Back in June, he was criticized after he was in Chicago the speech, “The kid is wearing a hoodie may very well be the next poet laureate and not a gangbanger.”

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Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., who is a candidate for the presidency, not criticized Biden, saying, “This is about a hoodie. It’s a culture that sees a problem with a kid wearing a hoodie in the first place. Our candidate must have to speak the language of race in a far more constructive way.”

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This week, Biden told a crowd in Iowa that “poor children are just as bright and talented as the white children.” To speak, after a very short pause, Biden, quickly, and added: “Wealthy children, black children, Asian children.”

In response, the President of Trump reporters said on Friday that Biden “playing with a full deck,” adding, “He made this remark, and I said, ‘Whoa.'”

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