Joe Biden seemed determined to abide by the rules while defending himself against an attack by Democratic challenger Sen. Kamala Harris, who attacked him in his debate on Thursday night's civil rights record and said abruptly, "My time is up , I am sorry. "While defending himself.
The former vice president was struck on Thursday night's debut, especially by Harris, who said that Biden's earlier statements about the possibility of working with segregationist senators were" hurtful. "
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Biden defended herself and said that her comments on his record were a "false characterization of my position across the board," and that he "it not did praise to racists. "
" I fled because of civil rights, "Biden said, noting that he was a public defender after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1
But the leading Democratic candidate for 2020 suddenly stopped in the midst of heated exchanges and conceded the line of attack. "Anyway," he said, "my time is up, I'm sorry."
"Anyway, my time is up, I'm sorry."
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Harris has done Biden serious harm after pointing out that Biden's work with racial segregators had human costs – for you too.
Personally – and it was really painful to hear you talk about the reputation of two US Senators who based their reputation and career on racial segregation in this country. "
" They've worked with them to oppose bus rides, "Harris added, referring to efforts to limit the lifting of racial segregation by buses, and in an emotional moment she told her own story of how she treated herself as a small bus Girl in California was driven as a bus.
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Biden's campaign sought to mitigate the damage thereafter The debate in which his campaign staff and his pawns defend his civil rights record as "unassailable."
"What voters want to hear is what kind of president he will be and how he's going to address these issues in the White House, and I think his record in Reference to civil law. "Rights are unassailable," Communications Director Kate Bedingfield added.
Brooke Singman of F Ox News contributed to this report.