Politics Charlamagne tha God defends Biden's support for black community

01:49  23 may  2020
01:49  23 may  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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Former Vice President Joe Biden defended his record on race to Charlamagne Tha God on the popular radio show "The Breakfast Club" on Friday, at one point telling the host that if you support President Trump “then you ain’t black .”

Joe Biden told radio host Charlamagne tha God he 'ain't black ' if he can't figure out who to pick Biden defended his Congressional record on crime and his decision not to be fully for legalizing marijuana. Charlamagne tha God asked about Biden ' s family and how they were doing during the

Charlamagne tha God defended former Vice President Joe Biden's support for the black community following their Friday morning interview.

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In an interview on Charlamagne's popular radio show, "The Breakfast Club," Biden said, "If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or for Trump, then you ain't black."

The quote generated much backlash against the presumptive Democratic nominee, prompting him to issue an apology Friday afternoon, saying, "I shouldn't have been such a wise guy. I shouldn't have been so cavalier."

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Before Biden's apology, Charlamagne defended the former vice president in response to a request from Mediate:

"We have been loyal to Democrats for a long time, black people have invested a lot into that party and the return on investment has not been great," he wrote. "As Biden said in our brief interview when I asked him if Dems owe the black community, 'ABSOLUTELY' was his answer. So let's see what you got!!! Votes are Quid Pro Quo. You can't possibly want me to Fear Trump MORE than I want something for my people."

Charlamagne said during the interview following Biden's comment about black voters, "It don't have nothing to do with Trump. It has to do with the fact that I want something for my community."

"Take a look at my record, man," Biden said in response. "I extended the Voting Rights Act 25 years. I have a record that is second to none. The NAACP has endorsed me every time I've run. Come on, take a look at my record." 

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David A. Love writes that while President Trump may be a disaster for the black community and people of color, presumptive Democratic nominee Vice President Joe Biden needs to do better for one of his most loyal voting demographics, especially following a recent radio appearance where he said black voters who supported Trump "ain't black." The interview showed that Biden must go beyond rhetoric and engage on the issues that matter most to blackEditor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft.

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