Joe Biden Splits with Hillary Clinton: Republicans Not ‘Chief Enemy’

‘I don’t think my chief enemy is the Republican Party’

"I'm the primary interlocutor because of my years, like you, Fritz [sic] served in the United States Senate and the House. You noticed that whenever there is a -- as Amy is here, she can tell you, whenever there is a problem, I get sent to the Hill. (Laughter) Which, by the way is a useful use of my time because I really respect the members up there and I still have a lot of Republican friends. I don't think my chief enemy is the Republican Party. This is a matter of making things work."

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