2020 hopefuls Cory Booker and Bill de Blasio are the first candidates out of the gate going after frontrunner Joe Biden over his comments we told you about earlier where he praised his past work with segregationist senators.

First up, here’s Sen. Booker who said he’s “disappointed that [Biden] hasn’t issued an immediate apology for the pain his words are dredging up for many Americans”:

Booker also responded to this Twitter account after she posted a funny image captioned, “me realizing i’m going to have to vote for joe biden in 2020.” The New Jersey Democrat responded with, “No, you won’t”:

And here’s Mayor Bill de Blasio, who’s currently polling at about 0%, playing the family card to kneecap the probably Dem nominee:

It’s also past time for Bill de Blasio to drop out of the race, but that’s another matter.