The Democratic presidential front-runner brought up the crime bill at an event at a pizzeria in response to a question from an attendee about what he would do to combat drug addiction, noting that President Trump had called New Hampshire a "drug-infested" state.
“Look folks, there is a lot that can be done,” Biden said. “There’s a whole lot of talk about, you know, Biden and the crime bill.”
The crime bill, Biden said, had “three big things in it. One, one-third of it, $10 billion was for prevention. Some of you aren’t old enough, I got made fun of, because they said, ‘Biden’s spending money not fighting crime, [but] on prevention.’”