Former Vice President Joe Biden said he remained confident that he will win the upcoming South Carolina primary with strong support from African-Americans in the state.
“I feel good about where we are. I feel good about going into South Carolina,” Biden told CBS’ “Face the Nation” in an interview airing Sunday. “And I feel good about the kind of support I’ve had with African-Americans around the country.”
Biden, who finished in fourth and fifth, respectively, in Iowa and New Hampshire, has previously pointed to the South Carolina primary as crucial for his campaign. The former president claimed a second-place finish in Nevada on Saturday with strong turnout among African Americans.
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