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2020 rivals slam the former Vice President about the racial segregation comments; reaction and analysis on ‘the Five.’
As a former Vice-President Joe Biden continue to carrier for the comments to come under fire from some of the 2020 democratic hope he will work with the racial segregation senators, he found a defender on “The Five.”
After a firestorm over comments earlier this week, highlighting its ability to Biden decades ago to work with two of the racial segregation southern senators to do “the things”-campaign to defend the comments while the candidate himself dismissed calls for his apology.
On Thursday, The Five Fox News Jesse Watters is “backed up Biden’s position, calling him a Civil Rights pioneer Thursday.
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“Many of these people in the democratic party saw the light at the end of their careers-and what is the right thing to do, with separation. And Joe was also there for that. And Joe, a civil rights pioneer was for that. But what people do now, they try to impose, as a 2019 morality to the reality of 1972 America. You can’t do that,” said Watters.
It came after Biden was defiant, as he to reporters about the issue on Wednesday.
“Apologize for what?” Biden told reporters Wednesday night, said when asked about the criticism over his remarks. “Not a racist bone in my body. I have rights to my part in citizens whole career. Period of time. Period of time. Period.”
The “Watters’ world,” host said Biden was the highlight of his experience.
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“You remember, he cut his teeth in the good old boys club days in the Senate, in the ’70s and’ 80s. The fact that he served in the Senate with segregation ists shows you how long it said in the policy,” Watters.
Watters believes that his comments ultimately not hurt him with African-American voters.
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“And as you said, this will be a battle for black voters in the democratic party. You make 25% of the Democrat primary voters. So it is no surprise that this [Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J.] try to peel the black support. But I doubt that it will hurt him with black voters,” said Watters.
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.