Biden defends civil rights record after debate attack



President Trump downplayed Sen. Kamala Harris’ attack on Joe Biden during the Democratic debate Thursday night. His remarks came as Biden tried to press the reset button Friday, and pledged to be “a president who stands against racism.” During the debate, Harris sharply criticized Biden for defending his opposition to federally-mandated busing more than 40 years ago. Ed O’Keefe reports.

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