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Biden Klopp Trump as a “tyrant,” touts liberal credentials in the midst of the 2020 speculation

The former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden delivers remarks on sexual violence on College campuses during a visit to Rutgers University, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, New Brunswick, N. J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

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The former Vice-President Joe Biden on Wednesday said President Trump as the “neighborhood bully”, while touting his foot to run his own liberal credentials during a speech to Democratic lawmakers, to keep up the appeared to be directed, in the door for a possible 2020 run for President.

“Since when do we hate safe harbor in America?” Biden said in a speech to Democrats on Capitol. “Since when are we leaving so many people behind? Guys, this President is damage.”

The former democratic senator and Vice-President under Ex-President Barack Obama accused Trump of the pressure of a “closed and clannish nationalism” and an “ugly and false populism.” Also he the President for his brand of derogatory nickname, called out to political critics.

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“Don’t act like the neighborhood bully, talk down to “Something so-and-so’ or ‘fat so-and-so,'” Biden said. “I mean, my God. He is the President of the United States of America.”

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He Trump all accused of looking through a selfish lens.

“We have said a President who is consumed by his own political survival,” Biden. “It is the beginning, the middle and the end. Everything through the filter of how it affects Donald Trump, Donald Trump ‘ s spirit.”

“Since when do we hate safe harbor in America? Since when are we leaving so many people behind? Guys, this President is damage.”

– Joe Biden

Biden also accused trombone “shredding some of our core values,” and cited the President’s attacks on the press.

“I mean, it’s an all-out attack on the guys wearing the striped T-shirts: the press and the courts,” he said. “It is a technique used repeatedly throughout history by those who wish to clear the field, so you will be able to take the abuse of power.”

Biden, who tried unsuccessfully, the democratic nomination for President in 1988 and 2008, decided against a campaign in 2016. The 75-year-old, who has not ruled out a run in the year 2020, called to remain for the Democrats”, United, as a party, and not to be shared.”

“I ask you, my progressive credentials of 36 years in the Senate against any of them,” Biden said. “Every one of them. I will also suggest that my commitment to the growth of the middle class is as strong as all of you.”

Biden also pointed out how he and Obama won in places, the Democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton lost the election in 2016.

“By the way, you know, all these so-called racists who has against us last time?” Biden asked, saying Democrats “remember, a black man and an Irish Catholic child” is reflected in many of the places where Trump, Clinton.

“But for the 72,000 votes, we would not be this discussion,” he said. “72,000 Votes.”

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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