Biden vows tax credit reset ‘720 million women” in the workforce

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Campaign spot seems to question the Democratic presidential frontrunner fitness for office; Kevin cork reports from Albuquerque.

The former Vice-President Joe Biden made another slip-up on Tuesday, this time suggesting that his children free of amount plan 720 million women put “” back in the labour market.

Talk to the workers-President’s summit in Philadelphia, the 2020 leader mocked the idea of a tax relief for a “racehorse” and not one for children.

“You get a tax relief for a racehorse, why in God’s name we are not able to offer a $8,000 tax credit for the cost of the childcare?” Biden told the audience. “There are 720 million women would be back in the team. It would increase the GDP, sound like a wonk here, of about eight-tenths of a percent. It would allow the economy to grow.”

According to the U.S. census, there are 330 million people living in the country.


Biden’s gaffes have been recently, through the targeted Trump-campaign in a new video questioning his fitness to.

The web video tweeted Tuesday morning by the campaign manager Brad Parscale and shared first with Fox News, sewed everything together, from his recent debate stage, muses about the “record-Player”, to his statement that “the poor children” are just as gifted as “white kids.” Interspersed with clips of the 76-year-old Biden’s comments are those of experts wonder about its stalled, trembling, mental and physical endurance, whether he’s “lost a step” and whether he’s “equipped for a very strenuous campaign.”

The former Vice President’s age and mental capacity have been called into question since he launched his 2020 presidential campaign in late April. Last week, the front-runner in the democratic nomination race in the face of repeated attacks from rivals on his memory.

Former housing Secretary Julian Castro, who served in the Obama administration, with Biden, landed the lowest blow when he stole it from Biden memory — accusing him of contradicting himself, whether the Americans would have to buy into his health care plan.

“You just said two minutes ago, you would have to buy. You will forget what you said two minutes ago?” Castro asked, in what seemed to be a reference to past senior moments from Biden.

In this case, as the Biden campaign later noted, Castro was wrong. Biden said during the debate that people would have to buy. Instead, he said, the people would automatically be enrolled, if they lost their jobs.

But has Biden drawn criticism for other trips. And another rival, Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, supported Castro after the debate and questions about Biden to carry the ability of the banner for the Democrats in 2020.


“I think we are at a difficult point, because there are a lot of people are concerned about Joe Biden’s ability to carry the ball all the way across the end line without fumbling,” Booker told CNN in an interview. “And I think that Castro really had legitimate concerns, can be to call the he has someone in a long, grueling campaign… and every right.”

A clip of Booker interview appears in the Trump campaign video.

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.

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