Even before former Vice President Joe Biden announced he was running for the Democratic party’s nomination for president, he embarked on an apology tour for what the progressive wing of his party deemed were his past sins.

Last week, Biden tried to persuade Democratic primary voters—especially African-American voters—that his views on criminal justice have evolved since passage of the 1994 Crime Bill, which he helped draft when he was in the Senate.


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