Why Everyone Is Talking About That Bizarre 2017 Clip of Joe Biden

Henrietta Strickland
December 3, 2019

Mr. Biden also said he wasn't overly put out by a previous Politico report that Mr.

"He may have said that". And if it's true, and he said it, there's truth to it", Biden acknowledged on Monday before saying that he has "mostly campaigned for other people in the time I've been here. "I was the one that was sent into Pennsylvania, I was the one that was sent into Colorado, I was the one that was sent into Virginia, I was the one who was sent into Florida".

The former vice president predicted that if he wins the Iowa caucus, it would be "awful hard to stop me from winning the nomination". "Oh, great, she had a showing in Chicago", Biden said, according to Politico. "Show me any numbers".

Biden contended that if he had supported a different plan "and then I came along with the exact same plan, what would you have done to me?" "I got a lot, I got hairy legs that turn blonde in the sun, and the kids used to come up and reach in the pool and rub my leg down so it was straight and then watch the hair come back up again". Look at the polling everywhere. OK.

Pollster Cornell Belcher, who worked on former President Barack Obama's SC research team, told the Times that Biden's support among black voters is close to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's support with the community in 2008, and none of his rivals for the nomination have come close to matching Obama's outreach to black voters. "And I tell you what: the men are now all men".

When asked if his moderate policies had set up South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg's leading position in some recent Iowa polls, Biden accused his fellow 2020 candidate of "stealing" his health plan, despite backing a more liberal one earlier in his campaign. "No, he doesn't have the enthusiasm and the moderate - moderate plan". They note that Buttigieg specifically mentioned his "Medicare for All Who Want It" plan more than two months before Biden officially declared his candidacy in late April.

A recent poll from Quinnipiac University shows that Biden holds "a huge lead among black voters", in SC with 44 percent.

When asked about another polling leader in Iowa and elsewhere - Warren - Biden dismissed her rise and the notion that she had momentum behind her.

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