Famend producer Spike Lee indicated on Friday that former Vice President Joe Biden got a lot of non-public backlash after he prompt that black Trump supporters weren’t authentically black.
“I feel that Uncle Joe is aware of that he misspoke,” Lee said during an appearance on “The View.” “He got a lot of phone calls about that. He won’t be making that mistake ever once more in his life.”
Home Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., equally criticized Biden’s feedback in an interview with “The View” in Might.
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“I cringed, no question about that,” Clyburn stated. He added that “in this instance, Joe did not do as well as I had hoped .. but I will say this, I go about my business every day comparing Joe Biden to the alternative, not the Almighty. He is not a perfect person, none of us are.”
Amid widespread backlash, Biden expressed remorse for his feedback, which got here throughout an interview with “Charlamagne tha God.”
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He later stated that the radio host was “baiting” him throughout the Might interview.
“I apologized immediately for responding to Charlamagne, who was baiting me, and if you looked at that film, you can see that I was smiling at him. I was referring to him, I wasn’t referring to all African-Americans, but I should have never said it,” he informed CNN.