nearvideo-Dennis Kucinich on the 2020 democratic debates
Dennis Kucinich on the 2020 democratic debates
The decision by Sen. Kamala Harris to attack, former Vice-President Joe Biden about the school busing on Thursday, the democratic party debate in the party is injured on the way to the year 2020, according to Dennis Kucinich.
“Joe Biden, the plate is fair game”,” the two-time democratic presidential candidate, said Friday on Fox News’ “The Ingraham angle.” “But if you share Democrats’ race to lose.”
“Share and trump conquered,” added Kucinich, 72, a former mayor of Cleveland, and later the house served in the U.S. from 1997 to 2013.
“If you want to, that African-voices of Americans, you have a plan to address racial inequality, wealth, wages, health. You talk about the “working poor” families. Look at the crime and murder rate in the black communities and how the people dealt with by the police. These are the questions that motivate people.
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“But to lose if you just use it to race in a kind of personal attack the Democrats.”
Kucinich said he believed, however, that Biden remained a formidable candidate.
“He seems to be a strong support in the black community,” he said. “I don’t think that will disintegrate.”
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During the debate, Harris appeared to cause serious harm to Biden, after you pointed out that Biden is a human cost had the work with the racial segregation senators – including her.
“I also believe — and it is personal — and it was really very hurtful, you talk about the Reputation of two United States senators, built your reputation and career on the separation of race in this country,” she said.
“You have added worked together with them to oppose busing set,” Harris refers to the efforts to limit orders for school desegregation by busing.
In an emotional moment, you have your own story of being bused as a young girl in California told.
Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this report.