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Sanders campaign co-Chairman, says Biden ‘regret’ Obama assassination comment

in the vicinityVideoRep. Ro Khanna: It is a three-way race

California Democrat Rep. Ro Khanna, says the race for the 2020 democratic presidential nomination to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, sen. Bernie Sanders, and former Vice-President Joe Biden.

The co-chair Bernie Sanders’ election campaign, wich is a question which Biden on Sunday about former Vice President Joe, the most recent gaffe while on the stump, praising him for his long career as the mandate holders-but to say that is the voters that the “status quo” is no longer to decide, under the 2020 Democrats want.

“The Vice President has said on a career in public service,” Rep. Ro Khanna, a California Democrat, and Sanders’ national campaign co-Chairman, on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.” “I think, however, that at the end of the day, the democratic party is the voice for change.”

Khanna added: “you are going to say we don’t want to go back to the status quo, we want someone who understands that a lot of people have been left behind and has a new vision of how we will choose.”

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Khanna also said he believed that Biden “regretted” a comment over the weekend about what would have happened, would have murdered the former President Barack Obama, during the election campaign in 2008.

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“My two political heroes as Martin Luther King [Jr.] and Bobby Kennedy were. My older semester, they were both said to be shot and killed,” Biden, while stumping in New Hampshire. “Imagine what would have happened if, God forbid, Barack Obama was murdered, after he was the de facto nomination. What would have happened in America?”

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The Author stirred controversy, but a Biden aide said the candidate used the analogy before, if he to the younger generations, not alive during the turbulent 1960s. Biden claimed that the murders of King and Kennedy raised his political consciousness and drove him to run for office.

First, he ran – and won – a Senate seat in 1972 at the age of 29 years.

Fox Business Network is contributed to Maria Bartiromo of this report.

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