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Creep Uncle Joe Biden was faced with major criticism last night during the second night of the Democratic primary debate.
It turns out that the other Democrats were not pleased with the three million deportations that occurred during the Obama's administration tenure.
The former Vice President asserts that he wouldn't treat immigration the same as his former partner Barack Obama, but defends him in comparison to President Trump.
“To compare him to Donald Trump, I think, is absolutely bizarre,” Biden said during the debate.
Former housing secretary under Obama, Julian Castro, is the one who started the initial pile up on Biden.
Castro explained that in order to stop the separation of children from their parents, America would have to decriminalize border crossings.
Biden did not like this plan. “I have enough guts to say this plan doesn’t make sense,” Mr. Biden said on Wednesday. “The fact of the matter is that when people cross the border illegally, it is illegal to do it unless they’re seeking asylum. People should have to get in line. That’s the problem.”
This statement led to more Democrats to take Castro's side and begin criticizing what Biden did during his tenure to stop deportations.
Mayor Bill de Blasio really wanted an answer on whether or not Biden did anything to stop the deportations.
“I didn’t hear your response. You were vice president of the United States. I didn’t hear whether you tried to stop them or not, using your power, your influence in the White House.” Mr. de Blasio said.
It seems like many of the Democrats don't enjoy how Biden uses Obama in a way that only benefits him.
“You invoke President Obama more than anyone in this campaign. You can’t do it when it’s convenient and then dodge it when it’s not," said Sen. Cory Booker during the debate.
It seems like Creepy Uncle Joe Biden will have to continue these challenges as he continues his run as the front-runner for the DemocraticIt seems like Creepy Uncle Joe Biden will have to continue these challenges as he continues his run as the front-runner for the Democratic representative in the 2020 election.
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