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Cory Booker says that Joe Biden should be apologizing to the American people; David Spunt reports.
2020 democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker was not clear in the situation on Sunday, a tweet, his spokesman sent over former Vice-President, Joe Biden, always “his own Senate judiciary Hearing.”
The tweet, which came shortly after the line-up for the next Democratic presidential primary debate was announced, in respect of the contentious questioning of Anita Hill, who accused Supreme court Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, and was grilled by Biden, then the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Booker, who has been very critical of Biden’s record on race, dodged a question about the tweet during an appearance on CNN’s “state of the Union,” to say that he “don’t tweet” and that he “look forward” to the debate stage.
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Pressed by CNN’s Dana Bash, in response to a question about Biden handling the Anita listen to Hill, a Booker, once again, not directly his fellow Democrats to attack-and instead, the conversation steered to the equal treatment of women and stop sexual assault.
Booker, however, have mentioned Biden in an interview on Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation”, praised the former Vice-President for the excuse, for his support of the controversial 1994 law template.
“I want people like Joe Biden, which he eventually did, thank God, stand up and say, ‘I was wrong, that bill has said a lot of damage,'” Booker. “So for me, this is not policy, this is to get up and talk about our culture, who we are, what the soul of America.”
Booker and Biden will face off – along with 18 other Democratic candidate in Detroit on December 31. July for the next Democratic debate.
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While Booker is planning to hammer Biden on his last conversations, the most eyes are on the match-up between Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., to drive who are the first debates, in the top League with an aggressive assault of the 76-year-old Biden has a long record of the race.
Though of different gender, race and generation, the two rivals of the wide path to the nomination, especially the broad coalition of white and black voters necessary to win in order to dominate the Southern primaries in the early months of the nomination calendar.
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Harris’ June,-attacks on Biden ‘s 1970’ s opposition to Federal busing orders as a way to desegregate public schools was a way for them to cut the liberal white and to try, in Biden’s strength in the black community, where he was the nation’s first black President is praised as a loyal Vice President Barack Obama.
To be clear, Biden aides say that Harris’ broad sides has resulted in a new aggressiveness and determination for the former Vice-President, and he went on a political offensive in the last few weeks, especially in the health sector.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.