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Castro defends debate attack on Biden

CBS News Friday, 13 September 2019
Castro defends debate attack on BidenJulián Castro made a direct jab at frontrunner Joe Biden at the third debate, suggesting "are you forgetting something you said two minutes ago?" In the spin room post-debate, CBS News' Ed O'Keefe pressed Castro on his harsh line of attack against Biden.
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Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Julián Castro defended himself over criticism on his attack on Joe Biden during debate.

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