Former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) endorsed the former vice president Joe Biden for president, Monday, and will appear at a Biden campaign meeting in Detroit.
“The answer to hatred and division is to revive our spirit of common purpose. @JoeBiden not only wins – he will show that there is more that unites us than divides us. He will restore the honor of the Oval Office and meet our most pressing challenges, “Booker said on Twitter.” That’s why I’m proud to support Joe. “
The answer to hatred and division is to revive our spirit of common purpose.@JoeBiden won’t just win – he will
show that there is more that unites us than separates us.
He will restore the honor of the Oval Office and meet our most pressing challenges.
That is why I am proud to endorse Joe. pic.twitter.com/RcsnZs5mfQ
– Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) March 9, 2020
On CBS ‘ This morning, Monday, Booker further explained why he decided to subscribe to Biden.
“African-American voters in the South, African-American voters here in Detroit, they have played a central role in choosing the Democratic candidate all my life, and I am excited about hearing Joe Biden in enthusiasm because he has always talked about it, but he understands the problems of race and frankly racial reconciliation, racial justice, “Booker explained. “Even now saying things about choosing a black woman at the Supreme Court, so I’m happy with the diversity of our nation, I’m happy to see the coalitions that Joe Biden is building, and I’m happy to know for sure that he will rule in a way that brings us together as a nation over racial, religious, even party lines to get things started. “
Booker and colleague, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), – which Biden approved on Sunday after dropping out of the presidential race in December – will reportedly to show up during a campaign meeting for Biden in Detroit on Monday evening.
Biden’s primary opponent in the Democratic presidential race, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), received the approval of civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson on Sunday, who said: “With the exception of Indians, African Americans are the people who are the most socially and economically behind in the United States, and our needs are not moderate.”
“A people far behind cannot take the most moderate path,” he said.
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