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Joe Biden Regrets Making Controversial Remark Black Voters 'Ain't Black' if They Support Trump

AceShowbiz Saturday, 23 May 2020
The former vice president calls it 'really unfortunate' for him to say such racial remark, while his senior adviser Symone D. Sanders clarifies that his comment was made 'in jest.'
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