Going further than he ever has in expressing regret over Obama administration immigration policy, presidential candidate Joe Biden called it a ‘big mistake’ to have deported hundreds of thousands of people without criminal records. ‘We took far too long to get it right,’ Biden, 77, said in a wide-ranging, sometimes contentious interview with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos on Friday. The former vice president later added: ‘I think it was a big mistake. Took too long to get it right.’ In written statements included as part of Biden´s proposed immigration overhaul, the campaign already had acknowledged ‘pain’ surrounding deportations that occurred when he served as President Barack Obama´s vice president. But the candidate himself had not so clearly stated his personal regrets. The 20-minute interview was posted to Ramos´ Facebook page, and Biden aides said portions would be broadcast in coming days on Univision as Biden and his Democratic presidential rivals campaigned in Nevada ahead of the February 22 caucuses, the third nominating contest and the first with a significant Latino population. Scroll down for video In an interview with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos Biden, 77, said: ‘We took far too long to get it right’ The 20-minute interview was posted… Read full this story
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