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Joe Biden says he is not racist and has nothing to apologize for.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews, Sen. Kamala Harris asked on Thursday how she was able to move past your racist experiences in childhood and not “hate on white people in General.”
Earlier, during the Thursday night debate, Harris faced, former Vice-President, Joe Biden, about what she saw, as his work with the racial separation of the senators to “against busing” for decades, the personalization of your site by revealing she was one of the first groups of black children in California bused to schools, the abolition of racial segregation to force.
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“I Biden a great respect for Joe,” you later, the MSNBC host in the post-debate “spin room” in Miami told. “I don’t think he was a racist, but his view on this [racial segregation] senators some, it was hurtful and it had consequences.”
“How did you come up with it, and not hatred of white people in General?” Matthews asked pointedly.
“Most Americans do not conduct themselves that way and most of the parents don ‘T behave so,” she answered. “So there was no need to create a wide application, since such an experience, but we can not deny that there are many children, black children in America who have this experience.”
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Biden said Harris’ comments were a “MIS-characterization” of his positions.