"I whispered in his ear that I wish he would just apologize and persuade it," Cobb-Hunter said, noting that even though Mr. Biden showed little reaction, she did not think he appreciated the advice. 19659002] "The longer it draws on more of a challenge, it becomes why I suggested that he just apologize and continue," she said, adding that Mr. Biden was generally warmly welcomed by what was a friendly group and that she did not hear anyone else raise the problem for the half hour she was at the private meeting.
Herr. Biden's long-time ally here doubted that his comments would leave a lasting mark, but agreed that they were not helpful ̵
"If I was in the campaign, I would probably pull my hair out this week, but I don't think they will do any lasting damage," said Rector Joseph A. Darby, a priest and supporter of Mr. Biden.
Brief comments before a fish roast crowd swelled in the evening heat, Biden did not mention the controversy and won applause to say it is important democrats rally behind it, as the nominee is next year.  After taking the microphone back, Mr. Clyburn: "It's the shortest speech Joe Biden ever made."
Each of the candidates here – Gov. Steve Bullock from Montana and Mayor Pete Buttigieg from South Bend, Ind. only two not present Friday – scheduled to turn to delegates at the conference tomorrow, which is also broadcast on MSNBC.
In addition to the convention, most graduates also planned to approach a nearby forum on Saturday, sponsored by Planned Parenthood, which is expected to draw a few hundred, mostly female, activists. In the 2016 democratic presidential candidate, over 60 percent of the voters were women.
Although South Carolina has failed a ban on abortion in Alabama and Georgia's fashion, abortionists are deeply concerned about the fact that a measure that bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat has been discovered that passed in the State Parliament this year could be law next year.