Senator Cory Booker answered questions from reporters at his Newark, New Jersey home when he broke off his presidential campaign.
Whether his love-focused campaign would be hard enough to fight Donald Trump He said, "Love is not easy." Some of the most heroic figures in the story are "people engaged in armed hatred, bullying, dogs and fire hoses with unarmed love and defeating Jim Crow."
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In response to criticism that he was too friendly to corporate interests, he cited his work prohibiting credit cards from overburdening customers." Whatever you do when you are in one You will receive criticism, "he said.
As for the National Republican Committee's criticism, he has plowed Newark into a crime This mess was meant to "tear down our urban spaces" and "mock, humiliate and humiliate them". He said Newark built new office towers and hotels under his supervision, opened supermarkets in food deserts, and improved public schools. When he had finished his term, the population of the city grew for the first time in decades, he said.
After his eager support for charter schools, he said he intends to "run the boldest pro-public school teacher campaign out there". and noted that the State Teachers' Union approved its application to the Senate. He said he would not shy away from his positions. "I think we should not have a consistent size for all school classes," he said.
When asked if he considers Trump a racist, Booker said, "I know no one's heart, I leave that to the Lord." But he said Trump failed to "condemn bigotry and racism "And said in response to his comments calling the African nations" shithole "countries and questioning judges' judgments about his Hispanic heritage, and there is no way of doing that."