GERALDO RIVERA (FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT-AT-LARGE): Juneteenth, first of all, is June 19, it represents the -- it commemorates the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, one of the now-founding documents of the New America. Very, very important. That's what Juneteenth is; it's June 19th. He's in Texas today. June 19, he will be in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where there was an awful, awful race riot, a massacre really. Black Wall Street, an entire neighborhood of African Americans in Tulsa wiped out. I'm not happy with the timing of him being in Tulsa on Juneteenth, but it has nothing to do with -- as Joe Biden explained it, one is the commemoration of the Emancipation Proclamation, the other is an awful race incident where many African Americans were murdered. But he's in Texas today and nothing happened in Texas, I don't know what Joe Biden is talking about.