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President Donald Trump was arrested Monday at Joe Biden and said that black Americans will not vote for the democrat because he is behind the heavy crime bill of the & # 39; Super Predator & # 39; from 1994.

Trump says black Americans won't vote for & # 39; Sleepy Joe & # 39; Biden because he wrote the controversial 1994 Crime Bill that coined the term Super Predator and claims he helped the & # 39; dark period & # 39; in the history of the US

  • President Donald Trump hit Joe Biden on Monday in a series of tweets
  • Trump wrote that black Americans would not vote for Bide because he was behind the hard Crime Bill from 1994
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President Donald Trump dropped out on Joe Biden and said that black Americans will not vote for the democrat because he is behind the hard crime law of 1994 & # 39; Super Predator & # 39; was sitting.

& # 39; Anyone associated with the 1994 Crime Bill will not get a chance to be chosen. In particular, African Americans will not be wary of voting for you, & Trump tweeted Monday.

& # 39; On the other hand, I was responsible for the reform of the criminal justice system, which had enormous support and helped to resolve the bad Bill of 1994! & # 39;

In a second tweet, Trump wrote: & # 39; …. Super Predator was the term associated with the 1994 Crime Bill that Sleepy Joe Biden was so heavily involved in passing. That was a dark period in American history, but did Sleepy Joe apologize? No! & # 39;

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President Donald Trump was arrested Monday at Joe Biden and said that black Americans will not vote for the democrat because he is behind the heavy crime bill of the & # 39; Super Predator & # 39; from 1994.

President Donald Trump was arrested Monday at Joe Biden and said that black Americans will not vote for the democrat because he is behind the heavy crime bill of the & # 39; Super Predator & # 39; from 1994.

Biden wrote the bill when he was a senator from Delaware before it was passed by Congress with bi-partisan support and then signed by President Bill Clinton as the law on violent crime and law enforcement.

The bill later came under heavy criticism when the opponents said it resulted in higher numbers of black Americans imprisoned by drugs.

Opponents were also blamed for an increase in the percentage of prisoners across the country.

Trump, who has loudly supported efforts to reform criminal law since becoming president, took a notorious advertisement in the New York Times in 1989 calling for the reintroduction of the death penalty and for more police.

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The ad was placed at the time the & # 39; Central Park Five & # 39; was imprisoned for the attack of a jogger in Central Park. The group of teenagers was later acquitted, but Trump kept saying they were guilty.

Trump hit Biden on Twitter while packing his four-day trip to Japan

Trump hit Biden on Twitter while packing his four-day trip to Japan

Joe Biden at a meeting in Philadelphia last week

Joe Biden at a meeting in Philadelphia last week

Trump hit Biden on Twitter while packing his four-day trip to Japan. Trump noisily supports the dual efforts to reform criminal law

Biden (left next to Bill Clinton) wrote the bill when he was a senator from Delaware before it was passed by Congress with bi-partisan support and then signed by President Bill Clinton as the law on violent crime and law enforcement

Biden (left next to Bill Clinton) wrote the bill when he was a senator from Delaware before it was passed by Congress with bi-partisan support and then signed by President Bill Clinton as the law on violent crime and law enforcement

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Biden (left next to Bill Clinton) wrote the bill when he was a senator from Delaware before it was passed by Congress with bi-partisan support and then signed by President Bill Clinton as the law on violent crime and law enforcement

The 1994 Crime Bill has been a shadow on Biden's campaign since he announced he was running for president last month.

The bill is the largest of its kind in the history of the US. It generated 100,000 new police officers, as well as $ 9.7 billion in funding for prisons and $ 6.1 billion in funding for prevention programs.

The bill contained the now infamous & # 39; three strikes & # 39; compulsory life sentence for repeat offenders and offered billions of dollars in new prisons to states as they increased their percentage of convicted violent offenders and increased the percentage of sentence they actually served.

Within ten years, the prison population rose from 1,179,200 people to 2,015,300 people.

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While Clinton, who signed the bill in law, has fallen back on his support in recent years, Biden has not refused.

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