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The former Vice-President Joe Biden made another slip of the tongue on Saturday during a campaign stop in Iowa, but quickly corrected himself.
“How many unsafe bridges they have here in Ohio? – I mean, Iowa – “he said to laughter from the crowd at Abby Fink Auer’s Fish Fry in Cedar Rapids.
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He explained that he just moved to Ohio and said they had more unsafe bridges.
The error was just the latest in a series of slip-ups that have plagued Biden during his campaign.
Last may, he corrected himself, after he and then-British Prime Minister Theresa May, as Margaret Thatcher, who served from 1979 to 1990 and died in 2013. In August, he said how much he loved it in Vermont while he was in New Hampshire.
“I’m a gaffe-machine, but my God, what’s not to say a wonderful thing compared to a guy that can be the truth,” he said last year.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden speaks at the Abby Fink Auer’s Fish Fry in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Biden– who, in turn 77 on Nov. 20 — has long been known for making gaffes and embellish stories, but the frequency of his errors has led some to be concerned about his age.
On the fish fry, Biden announced his support for investment in infrastructure and its pro-union stance.
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In an Iowa poll came out last week, Biden trails in fourth place behind Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who has recently fluctuated Bernie Sanders, sen, I-Vt., and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg.