During his 20 minutes at the pulpit, Biden condemned institutional racism as the direct legacy of slavery and lamented that the nation has ``never lived up to'' the ideals of equality written into its founding documents.
The new data, which shows Biden earning the support of about 1 in 3 Democratic voters, stands in contrast to a poll published Monday that showed a virtual three-way tie between Biden, Warren and Sanders at about 20% support each.
Biden charged that Harris' plan would cost $3 trillion after she left the office and would force middle-class taxes to go up, not down. He said that would put Democrats at a disadvantage against President Donald Trump. `
Biden’s newfound wealth has not changed his message. In his first remarks during last month’s Democratic debate, Biden spoke of “enormous income inequality” and promised to eliminate Trump’s “tax cuts for the wealthy.”
Biden, however, is not the only candidate struggling with how to talk about school integration. After Harris found success confronting the former vice president on busing, she has appeared uncertain about how to characterize her own views on the matter.