In a passionate speech on Saturday, Sen. Cory Booker, DN.J., urged President Trump to adopt the "tactic" and encouraged the Democrats to hold the presidential election on "love" rather than hate.
"We will not beat Donald Trump by using his tactics on his turf under his terms and he wants this election to be hate," Booker told a crowd at the South Carolina Democratic Convention would like to make that choice to demolish people. We will be able to build people. "
Booker went on to make the election more than just a referendum on Trump." It's a referendum on who we are to each other. And we are a nation of love, "he said, having specifically lowered the life expectancy and economic success of a newer generation of Americans.
JOE BIDEN SAYS CORY BOOKER NEEDS SLAM TO WORK WITH SEGREGATIONISTIC SENATORS APOLOGIZING. "We live in dangerous times," he said. "We could be the first generation of Americans to have a lower life expectancy than we did before. We now see this nation ̵
Booker led the majority of Democratic candidates in the polls for 2020, but remains in the polls Following on from the RealClearPolitics survey average, he has stood behind politicians such as former MPs Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) and Sens. Kamala Harris (D-California), Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Texas). D-Texas) Mass.
He and the front runner, former Vice President Joe Biden, exchanged criticisms after Biden had mentioned how he had previously worked with segregationist senators.Booker told Biden to apologize, but the former Vice President refused and told Booker to apologize, and Booker refused.