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President Trump 2020 White house candidate, Joe Biden attacked prior to Wednesday, the first democratic primary debate, assailing the former Vice-President’s role in passing the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act.
Aboard Air Force One, on the way to Osaka, Japan, at the G-20 summit, Trump tweeted criticism of Biden for his past, hard-line stance on criminal justice reform. The President refers to Biden the key role in the adoption of laws, which critics say has wrongly led to the mass incarceration of minorities.
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“Since the passage of the Super-Predator bill, pushed hard by @Joe Biden, along with Bill and Crooked Hillary Clinton, who said inflicted great pain on many, but especially the African-American community, the Democrats have tried and failed Criminal Justice Reform” Trump. “You came to ask me for help, and I got a criminal justice reform be adopted, with the help of Republicans and Democrats. Many said that no one but President Trump could have done this. All previous governments failed. Please ask why THEY are not the candidates!”
Biden is set to the stage alongside nine other candidates on Thursday in Miami for the second of this week’s two primary debates. Some critics called him an out-of-step with an increasingly progressive Democratic party.
Trump is not alone in his criticism of Biden.
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New York City mayor Bill de Blasio and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., both have blasted their party, a rival of his input on the bill.
For his part, Biden has to defend himself further, his attitude, even after then-President Bill Clinton admitted that he “made the problem only worse,” in an apology in 2015.