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PELHAM, New Hampshire — Cory Booker took a veiled dig at Democratic presidential candidates such as Joe Biden on Saturday, who err on the side of pragmatism.
“There’s one word I can’t stand: it’s ‘realistically.’ And the reason why I can’t stand is because I was the mayor of a city that had decades of crime and corruption as its reputation,” the New Jersey senator and former Newark mayor told voters in Pelham, New Hampshire, a Republican-heavy town in the Granite State.
The article goes on to state the following:
Booker then detoured into steps he took as chief executive of the state capital from 2006 to 2013 to improve its image before he was elected to the Senate.
.@CoryBooker: “There’s one word I can’t stand: it’s ‘realistically.’ My whole career has been about not accepting people thinking what’s in the realm of possible. I want to challenge folks because I know American history like you know American history.” https://t.co/zg0qh8l8Pi
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 14, 2019
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