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Joe Biden warned on Wednesday that he is ready to go after his Democratic rivals, while the third debate, said, scheduled for next week, specifically, he would not “time how polite this”, when it comes to Sen. Kamala Harris.
Speaking to thousands of African-American voters at the NAACP convention in Los Angeles, Biden defended himself against recent attacks by Harris and another year of 2020, rival, Sen. Cory Booker, in terms of its civil rights record, the Los Angeles Times reported.
“I’m not so polite, this time,” Biden said, referring to Harris, the California Democrat, during a crucial stage in the second Democratic debate in June, the former Vice President about his opposition called for decades ago to federally mandated school busing.
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In the same night in Miami, Harris went on the offensive against Biden, criticize some of the remarks he had made about his ability to find common ground, in the 1970s, the racial segregation that senators, with whom he does not agree.
On Wednesday, Biden, the former President Barack Obama called to take the decision of him as a running mate. Obama “has to check a significant background me for months with 10 people,” Biden said in Los Angeles. “I doubt he would be picked up, you have me, if these allegations about my being wrong about civil rights, the right thing to do.”
Although Biden was losing the front-runner among the Democratic candidates, since he for the first time in the race, his response to Harris caused in June, and new examination of a number of controversial episodes from his long career in politics for him to swing in the polls, the newspaper reported.
During the Wednesday Convention, Booker, a Democrat from New Jersey, in addition, Biden requested the support of the 1994 Clinton-era crime bill, which critics claim was responsible for the mass incarceration of black men in the United States
Biden countered by the so-called “stop-and-frisk” tactics against African-American men in Newark, N. J., while Booker was the mayor there from 2006 to 2013.
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To argue “if you want to, about the past, I can said to do,” Biden. “I have a past I’m not proud of. You have a past, the not-so-good.”
To argue “if you want to, about the past, I can do that. I have a past I’m not proud of. You have a past, the not-so-good.”
— Joe Biden
Biden also highlighted its new, comprehensive plan to reduce the country’s prison population, the reform of the nation’s criminal justice system and eliminate racial and income disparities in sentencing.
Biden, Harris, and Booker were among 10 presidential candidates to attend the NAACP Convention. President Trump’s Republican Challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld, also speaks to the Convention. Trump declined his invitation, citing scheduling problems, the newspaper reported.
Twenty Democratic candidates face off over two nights at the Fox Theater in Detroit in the next round, the party debates next Tuesday and Wednesday. Biden, Harris, and Booker will each participate in the Wednesday debate.
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.