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Tom Perez describes the candidate’s performance in the second night of the first by 2020 primaries debate.
Joe Biden seemed intent to follow the rules, to say while defending against an onslaught of Democratic Challenger Sen. Kamala Harris, had attacked him on his civil rights record during the Thursday night debate abruptly, “my time is up, I’m sorry,” while he was in his defense.
The former Vice President has been slammed on the debate stage Thursday night, especially from Harris, who said Biden, to be able to work with the previous comments, were, with the racial segregation of the senators early in his career, “offensive.”
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Biden defended himself to say that your comments about his shooting were a “false characterization of my position on the line,” and that he “will not racists praise.”
“I ran because of the civil rights,” Biden said, noting that he worked as a public defender after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr in 1968. “I will continue to believe that we need to make fundamental changes.”
But the leaders, the 2020 candidate of the Democrats, then stopped abruptly in the middle of the heated exchange of words, something to admit, the attack line. “Anyway,” he said, “my time is up, I’m sorry.”
“As always, my time is up, I’m sorry.”
— Joe Biden
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Harris caused serious damage to Biden, after you pointed out that Biden had the work with segregation is a human cost, including the to your.
“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,” Harris 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 in buses told, as a little girl in California.
BIDEN CAMPAIGN, THE FORMER VP DEFENDED AFTER THE DEBATE, CALLS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS ‘UNASSAILABLE’
The Biden campaign is trying to mitigate the damage, after the debate, his campaign staff and surrogates to the defense of his civil rights record as “unassailable.”
“If you want to be Vice-President told reporters Thursday, said Biden’s record on civil rights against someone else on the stage, he will stand the test of time,” a senior adviser to Symone Sanders night.
“What want to listen to the voters, is what kind of President he is and how he is going to address these problems, in the White house, and I think that his record on civil rights is unassailable,” communications director Kate Bedingfield added.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.