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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the former Vice President Joe Biden defended during her weekly press briefing on Thursday and said that his colleagues 2020 candidate focused on something that is not “Central” to the presidential elections.
Your press briefing of the controversy over Biden followed to mention is that he was able to work with the racial segregation of the senators. The former VP caught some friendly fire from several of the 2020 contenders, including Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., who demanded an apology.
In the Wake of the criticism, Pelosi, Biden described as “authentic”, if he is to reporters.
“He lived his life, he sees certain things a resource, he has worked across the aisle, that’s what he wanted to say,”
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Notes, you should be proud of their party candidates, Pelosi implies that spending time on this issue could be a distraction. To “spend time in a topic like this-this is important, but it is not of Central importance, what the election is about,” she told reporters.
They went on to claim that the Central theme in the election campaign, the economic well-being of the work was to Americans. To suggest later in your comment, you seemed to be that the economic problems were better for the connection with the voters in the recital that the issue with Biden was more of an intellectual disagreement that is not in resonance as well.
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All the Democratic candidates had their own “specialties” and were able to talk “strategically” about your vision, Pelosi said. “But all of the ones up here-the vision, the knowledge, the strategic thinking. Heart to heart, from where it is connecting with the American people  assured them that they have the understanding, [of] their hopes and dreams … that is what the choice is.”
Pelosi pivoted then, the chances for the Start of a broadside on President Trump.
“We have this discussion here all we want, while the President of the attack on our democracy is calling a ‘hoax'”, she said.
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Pelosi came to the defense of former VP, after members of the powerful Congressional Black Caucus came to Biden’s defense.
House majority whip James Clyburn, D-S. C., pointed to his history of working with Strom Thurmond, the populist-provocative famous for his defense of racial segregation and the opposition, the civil rights movement, and said: “you don’t have to agree to, to work with people, with you.”
House Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY, also defended Biden, according to Politico.
“I do not agree with the overwhelming elements that come from the mouth of Donald J. Trump. But we have managed to adopt jointly with his management of the historic criminal justice reform,” said Jeffries.
“I think that we here in the house Democratic Caucus have taken the position that they sometimes with the opposition, if in power, without compromising your values, if you things to do can.”
The comments came after Biden, on Wednesday, refused to back down from his comments and pushing back on Booker ‘ s after him, to apologize for his comments about segregation ists.
“Cory, should apologize,” Biden said, when asked about the topic. “He knows better. Not a racist bone in my body. I have rights to my part in citizens whole career. Period of time. Period of time. Period.”