Joe Biden Regrets Making Remarks About Working With Segregationists

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Published on July 7, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

Joe Biden Regrets Making Remarks About Working With Segregationists

Former Vice President Joe Biden recently talked about working with segregationists in his career as a senator.

According to Business Insider, during a stop in South Carolina, Biden apologized for his remarks.

The 2020 Democratic candidate said although he didn’t agree with“Dixiecrats,” they worked together and “got things done.” The 2020 Democratic candidate said he regrets how He said he was “wrong” in giving “the impression to people” that he was “praising” the men he referenced.


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