nearvideo Texas voters react to Joe Biden, campaign and constant derailments
Fox News contributor, Lawrence Jones talks Texans about the former vice president of the “Europe 2020” bid.
HOUSTON protests late in Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate, interruption of the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, moments before he delivered a heartfelt response on his personal hardships.
More than two hours in the debate in Houston on Thursday, the protesters began singing in the audience, although it was unclear what exactly they are chanting.
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After a few minutes, the demonstrators finally led out of the auditorium, were at the Texas Southern University.
Biden is the frontrunner in the crowded 2020 Democratic presidential primary field, to share went, the most difficult times in his life—including the death of his daughter and first wife in a car accident in 1972; the death of his son, Beau, brain cancer in the year 2015, and other hardships.
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“I said learned that the way you deal with it, is the search of purpose,” Biden. “I hope Beau is proud of me today.”
“Because if you hit bad, if you lose a job…have we all been, in one form or another,” he continued. “My purpose is to do what I’ve always tried to do and remain engaged in politics. There are a lot of people who have it much worse than me.”