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Campaign “Trail Mix”: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker is trying to rap his hand; sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to make the Congress a law to make it harder for the States, access to abortion.
In a passionate speech on Saturday, Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., exhorted the idea that the adoption of President Trump’s “tactics”, and encouraged Democrats to the presidential elections to “love”, not hate.
“We are not going to beat Donald Trump, who by fighting him with his tactics on his turf, on his terms. He wants to hate this election,” Booker shouted to a crowd at the South Carolina Democratic Convention.
“We should do better, it is about love. He wants to tear down these choice people. We make it about the construction of the people.”
Booker went on, the context of the election as more than just a referendum on trump. “It is a referendum on who we are to each other. And we are a nation of love,” he said. Specifically, the lower life expectancy and the economic success of complain to a newer generation of Americans.
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“We live in dangerous times,” he said. “We could have the first generation of Americans, a lower life expectancy than our” before. We see this nation, the now-baby boomers, 95 percent of them were in the economically better than their parents. We are to 50/50.”
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Booker argued that the majority of the 2020 Democratic candidates in polling lags but many of the other candidates in the race. According to the real clear politics polling average, he was behind politicians such as former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas, and Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.
He and the frontrunner, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, exchanged criticism, after Biden mentioned, as he had previously with the racial segregation of the senators. Booker called on Biden to apologize, but the former VP refused and said, Booker should have its own apology. Booker has refused.