Former Vice President Joe Biden incorrectly referred to Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy as having been “assassinated in the ’70s, late 70” during a Tuesday campaign event in Urbandale, Iowa.


“Just like in my generation when I got out of school, when Bobby Kennedy and Dr. King had been assassinated, in the ’70s, late 70 when I got engaged,” Biden said, “um, you know, up to that time remember – none of you women will know this but a couple men may remember – that was a time in the early, late ’60s, early ’60s and ’60s … ”

The noted civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. died by an assassin’s bullet in April 1968. In June of that same year, then Democratic New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy, a former U.S. Attorney General and the brother of former President John F. Kennedy, was also assassinated.

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