Biden speaks about bomb scare at UB speech

Posted at 11:28 PM, Oct 25, 2018

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s day started with law enforcement finding apparent pipe bomb’s with his name on them. That was his morning. His afternoon consisted of introducing NY-27th voters to democratic candidate Nate McMurray. He’s running against incumbent Chris Collins. Thursday night, Biden was speaking at the University at Buffalo. 

He spoke about the attempted bombings during the speech.

“Folks, we don't have all the facts yet. We don't know who is behind this, or why they're doing it. But, as my mother used to say, that out of something bad, something good will come if you look hard enough,” said Biden.

Biden didn't talk about specifics. But he did say, both the right and the left need find a way to work together.

“We have to begin to put this country back together again. This division, this hatred this ugliness it has to end. Words matter,” said Biden.

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