Joe Biden’s controversial remarks at a Manhattan fundraiser
Tuesday night have escalated into a full-blown intra-party fight among Democrats
In an attempt to demonstrate that lawmakers in Washington
should be able to be civil to one another despite their political differences, Biden
two names during his fundraiser: Sens. James O. Eastland of Mississippi and
Herman E. Talmadge of Georgia. Both were Democrats, and both were
Democrats began piling on Biden Wednesday afternoon. Below
is a collection of the top 7 attacks
“If you ignore racism and if you don’t address issues of race with racists, then everything is fine, right?” New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez said in an interview with POLITICO. “That’s how you work with segregationists: By not confronting the racism and their institutionalization of second-class citizenship and a lack of fully recognizing African Americans.”
Bill de Blasio:
Joe Biden responded to the criticism just before a
fundraiser in Maryland Wednesday night. He refused to apologize for his remarks
and said that people like Cory Booker should apologize to him because “he knows
“There’s not a racist bone in my body,” Biden said.
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