Joe Biden's "you ain't black" gaffe was immediate grist for an online show called "Black Voices for Trump." But its cast of Trump advisers routinely ignores the president's history of divisive remarks.
Fox Nation host Lawrence Jones said on Monday that presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden came to the hip hop radio show "The Breakfast Club" interview with Charlamagne Tha God "ill-prepared."
Former Vice President Joe Biden told The Breakfast Club co-host, Charlamagne Tha God, that "if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black." His comments sent shockwaves through the black community, and President Trump is now trying to capitalize on Biden's misstep. Ed O'Keefe reports.
(Natural News) Presumptive Democratic Nominee Joe Biden has found himself in hot water after making racially charged comments alleging that African American voters who support President Donald Trump come November, are not "black." The former Vice President made the comments during the latter part of a loaded interview with the radio program The Breakfast Club on Friday. During the...
Radio host Charlamagne tha God said Sunday that former Vice President Joe Biden's attempts to atone for his controversial comments about black voters were little more than "lip service" without solid outreach to the black community -- and suggested that picking Amy Klobuchar as his running mate would hurt turnout.
MSNBC's Joy Reid opened her interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Sunday morning by congratulating him on his interview this past week with former Vice President Joe Biden—even if all anyone wants to talk about are the final few seconds. Biden came under swift fire on Friday when he pushed back against the popular radio host's suggestion that he might still have "questions" for the candidate before the 2020 election. "You've got more questions?" Biden asked. "Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black." Shortly after that interview, Biden apologized for his remarks on a conference call with the Black Chamber of Commerce. Reid played Charlamagne a portion of his apology, in which Biden admonished himself for being "so cavalier" and said, "No one should have to vote for any party based on their race or religion or background." Read more at The Daily Beast.