Biden To Accuse Trump Of "Toxic Tongue" Linked To Mass Shootings

Headline Roundup August 7th, 2019

Former Vice President and Democratic Presidential front-runner Joe Biden plans to give a speech in Iowa today in which he will accuse President Donald Trump of fanning the flames of white supremacy blamed for the recent mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton. Trump aides deny that his rhetoric was a cause of the shootings.

Biden To Accuse Trump Of "Toxic Tongue" Linked To Mass Shootings

From the Left
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Former vice president Joe Biden plans Wednesday to accuse President Trump of having “fanned the flames of white supremacy in this nation” in a blistering speech set to be delivered in Iowa as Trump visits two cities mourning horrific mass shootings.

Another Democratic hopeful, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) also plans to speak out about combatting racism during a speech at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., the site of a mass shooting in 2015 that left nine people dead.

According to excerpts of Biden’s planned remarks released by his...

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From the Right
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Joe Biden is accusing President Donald Trump of fueling the white supremacy that's blamed for several mass shootings in the United States in a speech the Democrat was due to deliver Wednesday.

Biden, 76, frontrunner in the crowded pack of Democras running for the White House, was scheduled to speak in Iowa after back-to-back mass shootings last weekend in the United States.

In the first, on Saturday, a gunman killed 22 people in El Paso, a Texas city on the border with Mexico. Law enforcement agencies say he apparently was...

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From the Center
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Democratic presidential front-runner and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump of fuelling the white supremacy that’s blamed for several mass shootings in the United States, according to a speech Biden was due to deliver on Wednesday.

Biden, 76, was scheduled to speak in Iowa after back-to-back mass shootings this past weekend in the United States. In the first, on Saturday, a gunman killed 22 people in El Paso, a Texas city on the border with Mexico. Law enforcement agencies say he apparently was driven by hatred...

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