Biden brushes off criticism he's too bipartisan ahead of possible 2020 run

Former Vice President Joe Biden is not apologizing for past GOP praise as 2020 speculation continues.
1:26 | 01/24/19

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I get in trouble I read in New York Times. One of my problems is forever to run for president. I like Republicans. Plus if other five cents. I get anything done. And I had been dating done as we start talk and one other. Here's a big article day Fred. Fred Upton I would not spoken. And he was there and and I praise. He was in a race but I praised him about the fight against cancer. His vote and his ability to. Join me in. The security there's cures act was passed it was over over turns over a half billion dollars to fight cancer. And it matters save people's lives he stepped up he had three other Republicans stepped up and help this past. And so I acknowledge that and now I'm I don't know what I want. Anyway. Point of this matter is that at your level. Where the rubber meets the road I don't find a lot of distinction between the problems Republican government should read mayor's case. And democratic Beers case. We are different philosophies but we want to get things done.

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