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Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden continued his campaign all on trombone; Peter Doocy reports from New Castle, New Hampshire.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden spoke of a need to authorize the 25-year-old “violence Against women Act” and was aimed at the man, to replace the he hopes that in the White house for “women degrading” as the start of a weekend swing campaign in New Hampshire on Friday.
Biden, the frontrunner in the democratic presidential nomination, argues that President Trump is always “irregular” in dealing with “an economy already in a recession.”
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Biden said: “the President is feeling the pressure on the economy. … He inherited a pretty good economy of Barack Obama, just as he inherited everything in his life.”
The line received a loud applause from the standing-room-only audience in a Laconia mill building. Biden repeated a variation of the line, in his second town hall, held in the New castle, on the state’s short Atlantic coastline.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden after talks with constituents with a town hall in Laconia, N. H., on Friday.
Biden devoted a good part of his stump speech at both events to violence against women. He said his drafting of the violence Against women Act of 1994, and his push to pass the legislation of the “proudest moment” of his career amounted to.
“This law must be authorized. It has fundamentally change the perspectives and the lives of so many women in America changed,” he said.
The law, the investigation and prosecution of violent crimes against women, beefed up, and established an office for violence Against women’ within the Ministry of justice, is up for the fourth reauthorization this year.
Biden stressed what he called a need to “fundamentally change the culture in America,” when it comes to violence against women.
“No means no means no, no matter, if not spoken,” said Biden, who added that the culture to change, especially under a President who “grabs any woman anywhere he wants to … degrading women in the way he describes them and talks about you.”
Around two dozen women accused Trump of sexual misconduct dating back to his 2016 presidential campaign. The President has repeatedly denied the allegations.
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Biden is known for a loving brand of physical policy, was thrust into the spotlight, in the early spring, thanks to accusations from 2014, the Nevada Democratic lieutenant governor nominee Lucy Flores, who said the then-Vice-President, they feel “restless, rough and confused” at a campaign event, as you said, he kissed her on the back of the head.
Many other women came forward to claim they had similar, disturbing physical encounters with Biden.