At the Iowa State Fair, the former vice president snapped at a Breitbart radio host who said he misquoted President Trump's infamous statement saying there were "very fine people on both sides" of the deadly clash between neo-Nazis and counterprotesters.
The former vice president tore into the president in a blistering speech on Wednesday, accusing him of promoting the type of racism that appears to have inspired the suspected mass shooter in El Paso.
The president went on to portray immigrants crossing into the U.S. as an "invasion."
“I’m less concerned about how you label him than I am about protecting people that he’s hurting and protecting against his racist and harmful policies,” Booker said.
"Jay-Z has given the NFL exactly what it wanted: guilt-free access to black audiences, culture, entertainers, and influencers."
"Is everyone who felt sympathy for Kaepernick obliged to participate in a forever boycott of the league?"
"Jay-Z can't stand up for Kaepernick while tucking himself into bed with the NFL. It is disingenuous. It is hypocritical. It is fake."
"The reason the deal exists is the same reason that most deals major exist: two for-profit entities see a way to make more profit."
"Let’s at least give Jay-Z the benefit of the doubt here. Let’s see what exactly he has planned."