Biden to black grads: GOP doesn't 'see you in the future of America'

May 19, 2024 View Original Article
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64% : President Joe Biden (right) stands during the national anthem during Sunday morning's commencement at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GeorgiaA Morehouse graduate wears a keffiyeh draped over his shoulders - a sign of support for the PalestiniansA Morehouse College graduate sported a Palestinian flag pin, while other graduating seniors draped Palestinian keffiyehs around their shoulders in a show of solidarity amid the war in GazaAhead of the Sunday morning commencement, the White House's Director of Public Engagement Steve Benjamin, the former mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, met with Morehouse staff and students.
57% : Ahead of delivering Morehouse's commencement address, Biden made two appearance Saturday in Atlanta, first before supporters at the black-owned Mary Mac's Tea Room and then at a fundraiser where cameras are barred from the roomAt the fundraiser, held at the ornate headquarters of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, the president slapped around Trump as well.
47% : It is my stance as a Morehouse man, nay as a human being, to call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.'Biden clapped.
45% : 'Not in my house.'Trump often refers to his supporters who ramsacked the Capitol by that term.
45% : 'It's clear that when he lost in 2020 something snapped with Trump,' the president continued.
42% : The president didn't use Trump or the GOP's name as he addressed graduating seniors from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, but it was clear who he was talking about as he brought up January 6 amid their commencement ceremony.
38% : In a recent New York Times survey, Biden was behind Trump in five of th six battleground states, only beating the ex-president in Wisconsin.
32% : 'The threat Trump poses in a second term is greater than in the first term,' Biden said.
20% : Biden noted how Trump 'doesn't have an opponent' but lost about 120,000 voters - 128,170 to be exact - in Indiana's Republican primary to Nikki Haley, while around 150,000 Republican in Pennsylvania also backed the former U.N. ambassador over the GOP's presumptive nominee.

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