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Protesters Confront Joe Biden over Obama-Era Deportations

HeadlineNov 22, 2019

Back in the United States, former Vice President Joe Biden was confronted by protesters at a campaign stop in Greenwood, South Carolina, Thursday over his support for the Obama administration’s deportation policies.

Protesters: “Not one more deportation! Not one more deportation! Not one more deportation!”

The protest came after Carlos Rojas of the immigrant rights group Movimiento Cosecha confronted Biden over the 3 million people deported from the U.S. under President Obama — a record pace of deportations. Biden responded to Rojas by saying, “You should vote for Trump.”

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