Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenIowa Ballot: Almost definitely caucus goers want a number of or most candidates would drop out Iowa Ballot: Almost definitely caucus goers want a number of or most candidates would drop out Meghan McCain: ‘I really feel slighted as a conservative’ by Biden flip-flop on Hyde Modification MORE on Tuesday handled a protester at a rally in Iowa by inviting the person to talk with him after his speech ended.
After being interrupted, Biden stated of the protester, “That’s OK. This isn’t a Trump rally. Let him go,” receiving cheers from the viewers.
The person, clad in a crimson, white and blue shirt with stars on it, remained standing, in keeping with a video of the incident.
He continued talking, and the Democratic presidential hopeful responded, “If you happen to hush up, I’ll reply your query. If I reply your query, will you let me go on to different issues?”
“I promise you I’ll reply your query. Come on up. Come on over right here, and we’ll do it after that is over,” Biden continued.
Joe Biden offers with protester throughout occasion in Ottumwa, Iowa: “No no, that is OK, this isn’t a Trump rally, let him go.” pic.twitter.com/TX5CgcQlYT
— The Hill (@thehill) June 11, 2019
Biden is amongst two dozen individuals vying for the Democratic 2020 White Home nomination. He’s the front-runner in latest polls.