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The Biden campaign, the communications director and deputy campaign manager, Kate Bedingfield, defended her boss on Tuesday in the midst of the controversy over some of the recent verbal gaffes.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden raised eyebrows last week when he asked a crowd to “imagine” the assassination of the former President Barack Obama, while Recalling the deaths of political hero Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr He also made numerous errors made while promoting his health care plan, and said he enjoyed it, back in Vermont during the election campaign in New Hampshire.
“Yes, I know, it’s just an error, but it is Vermont and New Hampshire, he is running in the New Hampshire primary. He has to be more careful, to not prove that he lost his fastball?” MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell asked.
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“I think the press has Biden to be more careful in the application of an unfair standard to Joe, as they apply to other candidates,” Bedingfield replied. “If you listen to what the candidates say, the whole day, as you committed, that you are in front of the cameras, you are in front of the people you talk to throughout the day. Each will slide up and misstate a name or a date or a place. It happens all the time.”
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She continued: “people know who he is. You know, this is part of his charm. You understand that, you know, you can get it directly from him. It is not Packed excessively. He always speaks from his heart. And sure, that means sometimes he’s going to misstate a few things. But, to be honest, so is every other candidate has.”
Bedingfield also said: “I would like to see, some miss the coverage of the other candidates tating, where you to an event, because I promise you, it happens almost every day.”