Joe Biden may be the front-runner among Democratic presidential hopefuls, but the former vice president isn’t cutting it with Rep. Ilhan Omar.
“There are few people who fit into the kind of progress that we all want to see in this country,” the Minnesota Democrat told The Guardian on Saturday. “And I would say he is not one of them.”
Omar, speaking at the People’s Presidential Forum in Iowa, said the country needs to elect a president who understands that “we are fighting for the very soul of our democracy and what society we want to become.”
“I think it has been very clear to many of the people who have been creating the kind of movement that is exciting generations, that we want somebody who really has a plan that is going to tackle a lot of the systematic challenges that we have, and he doesn’t,” the first-year lawmaker said.
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