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New York Mayor Demands Presidential Rival Biden Apologize Over Civility Comment

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New York Mayor Demands Presidential Rival Biden Apologize Over Civility Comment

New York Mayor Demands Presidential Rival Biden Apologize Over Civility Comment

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio called on his Democratic presidential rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, to apologize for comments he made on Tuesday regarding his time working civilly with white supremacists serving in the Senate in the 1970s.

De Blasio wrote on Twitter, “It’s past time for apologies or evolution from @JoeBiden.

He repeatedly demonstrates that he is out of step with the values of the modern Democratic Party.

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