Joe Biden: Trump’s protest comments ‘thoroughly irresponsible’

Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party for the 2020 election, told CNN’s Don Lemon he finds President Trump’s comments amid the protests “thoroughly irresponsible.”
“I think he’s thoroughly irresponsible. Thoroughly irresponsible. I mean, it is just absolutely — he talks like — I’m afraid I’ll say something I’ll regret. I just find him thoroughly, totally irresponsible,” Biden said.
He later added while pushed by Lemon: “This President steps across the line constantly.

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