Who chooses the Trump, is not really black: Now regretted Biden his statement

the U.S.-according to media reports, Biden regretted his comment then. The transmitter CNN reported, Biden had acknowledged in a phone unlock with the African-A

Who chooses the Trump, is not really black: Now regretted Biden his statement

the U.S.-according to media reports, Biden regretted his comment then. The transmitter CNN reported, Biden had acknowledged in a phone unlock with the African-American chamber of Commerce that his words could be construed as arrogant. He knew that he could not hold the votes of African-Americans for granted. "I know that I need African American votes to win the presidential election."

"I wasn't supposed to be a smart-ass," admitted Biden, according to the report. "I shouldn't have been so unconcerned." He had considered the support of the African American society never, of course, and knew that he needed the votes of African-Americans to win the election.

Many Blacks criticized the statement, Trump-stock slaughter them from

Biden (77), who was then President Barack Obama, Vice-President, is popular among African-Americans a large majority. In social media, but came to a heated debate; many Blacks have criticized Biden's Statement as patronising. Trump's campaign team condemned the remark as "racist". They show that Biden Black "as a White faith, that is unable to be independent or to think independently."

The radio host Charlamagne Tha God had asked Biden in the interview after Reports that he had taken the white Senator Amy Klobuchar on the short list for the Position of Vice-President. The Moderator said, Biden will have to thank his victory in the primaries, black voters, therefore, there is now also a call to a black Deputy in the White house.

Biden's Advisor: a statement was replied Biden meant in jest

there is also black candidates. At the end of the conversation, he then added: "If you have a Problem to resolve, whether they are for me or for any Trump, then you are not black." Biden stressed that he was campaigning for decades for African-Americans. An adviser to Biden's later explained on Twitter, Biden's remark had been in jest - as the debate around the Hashtag "YouAintBlack spread but" (they are not black).

the choice can Biden for President on the 3. November expect a majority of the votes of African Americans. For the Democrats, it could be important, however, as black voters are motivated: If you don't vote simply, but to stay at home, is likely to be a victory for Biden, again, harder. In PCP In PCP In the

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Updated Date: 23 May 2020, 12:26

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