Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren join the Democratic presidential candidates slamming Joe Biden over his segregationist senators comment, saying they came together to get things done.

Sen. Harris was asked if she was concerned over Biden’s segregationist remarks: “Yes it concerns me deeply. If those men had their way, I wouldn’t be in the United States Senate and on this elevator right now.”

She later followed that up with a stinging rebuke: “I have a great deal of respect for VP Biden, but to coddle the reputations of segregationists—of people who, if they had their way, I would literally not be standing here as a member of the U.S. Senate—is misinformed and wrong.”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren told reporters: “I am not here to criticize other Democrats but it’s never okay to celebrate segregationists. Never.”

Biden is engulfed in a firestorm after he cited working with two segregationist senators — James Eastland and Herman Talmadge — in the 1970s as an example of a bygone era of “civility” in the Senate.

Biden said he did not agree on much with the two men, but they “got things done.” Funny he should praise Eastland because he blocked over 100 civil rights-related bills when he served as the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Sens. Bernie Sanders and Cory Booker called on Biden to apologize for his comments. Sanders tweeted: “This is especially true at a time when the Trump administration is trying to divide us up with its racist appeals.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also weighed in by citing his interracial marriage, which was once a crime in America.