US Vice President Joe Biden delivers a speech at the Paddington Town Hall in Sydney on July 20, 2016. / AFP / WILLIAM WEST
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The "better angels in America will prevail" in the upcoming presidential elections, Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday as he warned about xenophobia during a visit to Australia.Biden said both the U.S. and Australia were dealing with the legacies of racism and exclusion but would inexorably move forward.Biden's trip Down Under also came days after an international tribunal ruled against China's claims in the South China Sea, and the vice-president sought to reassure the staunch American ally that the U.S. would maintain a "laser focus" on the Asia Pacific region.
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