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Congresswoman to Biden: 'Our breath has been taken away, and we gotta get it back'

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Congresswoman to Biden: 'Our breath has been taken away, and we gotta get it back'

Congresswoman to Biden: 'Our breath has been taken away, and we gotta get it back'

During a meeting with African-American leaders in his home state of Delaware, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden listened as an emotional Rep.

Lisa Blunt Rochester described how George Floyd is a symbol for many African Americans.

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The Delaware congresswoman also evoked the memory of Biden's late "sweet" son Beau, prompting the former Vice President to wipe a tear from his eye.

Saturday (May 30) was the fifth anniversary of Beau Biden's death.

She also commended Biden for "showing up" to listen to the concerns of the African-American community at a time when she said Trump is not showing up, "and doesn't even care."




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