Trump blasts Joe Biden: 'Some things are just not salvageable'

Trump blasts Joe Biden: 'Some things are just not salvageable'

Trump blasts Joe Biden: 'Some things are just not salvageable'

"I've grown and I think it's good to be able to grow, to progress".

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event at Big Grove Brewery and Taproom in Iowa City, Iowa, on May 1, 2019. "We don't talk to each other anymore". "So if you look at what he's done, and if you look at what we've straightened out-I call it the Obama-Biden mess". "I call it the Obama-Biden mess".

"We can not be a nation that is truly free until everyone is free", said Booker, who is African-American.

In the aftermath of the remarks, Biden faced widespread rebuke from his 2020 rivals, including Sens.

There are suspicions surrounding Russian election interference in many other countries, such as Scotland, the United Kingdom, and Finland during President Obama and Vice President Biden's watch. That little girl was me.

"You walk behind me in a debate, come here man". Instead of providing evidence to dispute the claims, however, the former vice president only muddled his stance on busing and falsely claimed to have never offered praise for racists.

"Was I wrong a few weeks ago to give the impression that somehow, I was praising those men I successfully opposed time and time again?" he said at a rally in SC, referring to his controversial remarks earlier about being able to work successfully with segregationists in the Senate decades ago as he sought to portray himself as a unifier.

In a more general sense, Vice President Biden clearly did not stop Russian interference outside of Europe, given that "individuals with connections to the Russian government" were said to have given WikiLeaks hacked emails from the DNC, according to an initial intelligence community assessment and the Mueller report. "I regret it. I'm sorry for any of the pain or misconception that I caused anybody".

The timing of the apology, though, didn't seem to please everyone. "I was very hurt by what he said", Booker said later Saturday. "But I'm grateful for him doing this".

Sen. Cory Booker says he appreciated Joe Biden apologizing for his comments praising his work with segregationists, though said he has been "frustrated that it took so long".

The poll also matched Trump against five possible Democratic nominees: Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Kamala D. Harris of California, Elizabeth Warren of MA and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. "It was probably best [two] weeks ago but it was strong today".

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