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Democratic 2020 presidential frontrunner, Joe Biden, praised the Republicans as “decent people” at the Massachusetts fundraiser Saturday, while touting his ability to work across the aisle, according to a report.
“There are a lot of really good Republicans out there,” the former Vice President told the audience, according to The hill. “I get to say in trouble, that with the Democrats, but the truth of the matter is, every time, if we are ever in trouble with our administration, you remember, who fix sent to Capitol Hill, to it? Me. Because, you know, I the other Teams respect that.”
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He said, congressional Republicans ran because they “have to worry about things,” but fear, in conflict with President Trump.
“They are intimidated right now,” he told the audience, The hill reported.
Biden took the heat in the last autumn, as The New York Times published a story that said he was “stunned Democrats and delighted Republicans,” three weeks before the midterm elections of praiseworthy Republican house candidate Fred Upton, R-Mich.
He also has Democrats frustrated in the past, the former Vice-President Dick Cheney, and the call of the Vice-praised-President Mike Pence, of “a decent guy.”
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While Biden — as the most moderate of the top candidates-which is largely running on his ability to work with Republicans, liberal candidate, like Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris focuses on the promotion of the progressive plans, such as Medicare-for-All and the Green New Deal.