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Joe Biden says Cory Booker 'should apologize' for slam over working with segregationist senators

FOXNews.com Thursday, 20 June 2019
Former Vice President Joe Biden told Fox News on Wednesday that he was not going to apologize for invoking his ability decades ago to work with two segregationist southern senators to “get things done.”
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Former Vice President Joe Biden remnisced on the days of “civility” in the ’70s with segregationists and racist lawmakers. Some democrats are calling for an apology, but Biden refuses.

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