Biden: ‘I Come out the Black Community ... in Terms of Support’

‘If you notice I have more people supporting me in the black community that have announced for me’

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BIDEN: “Secondly, I’m part of that Obama coalition. I come out of a black community in terms of my support. If you notice, I have more people supporting me in the black community that have announced for me because they know me, they know who I am. Three former chairs of the Black Caucus, the only African-American woman who’s ever been elected to the United States Senate —"
BOOKER: "That's not true."
HARRIS: "No, the other one is here —"
(Laughter)
BIDEN: "I said the first. I said the first African-American woman — so my point is —  my point is, one of the reasons I was picked to be vice president was because of my relationship, long-standing relationship with the black community. I was part of that coalition."

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