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Joe Biden, perhaps the race for his party takes the nomination now, but the former Vice President is a “walking time bomb” and has a “high wire act”, when he emerged from the crowded Democratic field in the first place, according to Brit Hume.
Hume, Fox News Senior Political Analyst, made the comment during the debate, Biden-2020-perspectives on the latest episode of the Fox-News-podcast “The candidate with Bret Baier.”
“I like Biden said on a personal basis, but I think he is a walking time bomb,” Hume. “I think his age is a Problem, I’m the same age as he, my age is a Problem, I think he is also… the Filter is not so good, the memory is so sharp.
“You could things to burst out, as he did the other day when he said, China is not a competitor of us. Now, I get where he knowledge came from, so you, we are the best and nobody can beat us. But that’s not how it came to be, and not how he said it.
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“He is tactless-prone, and it has always been, and I don’t think he’s less-so now. He has many strengths, he has a large body of sympathetic support in the party, and he will be able to raise money. He’ll be in this, but it is a high-wire act, and I’m not sure if he can do it.”
Hume also not full confidence in Biden substantial lead in polling, noting how early Democrats were in the race for their party’s nomination. The former VP has consistently outpolled his Democratic competitors-even before he announced his candidacy — and, according to a Fox News poll in may, Biden, the pack led with 35 percent support to Democratic primary voters.
Amy Walter, National editor of the Cook Political report, had to gain a positive view of Biden-bid to, the nomination of the Democrats way but agreed with Hume, he also not easy.
“I think now he looks like the safest choice for the Democrats,” said Walter “candidates”.
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“This is what I hear over and over again when I have won with Democrats, ‘It’s not risky, we want to, we are not very risk-averse right now, this is the time to go to a chance on someone, this is the time, with someone who would be the last time.’
“But I think Brit is exactly right, now he has to go through and to see, whether are also in these waters that he is swimming, very different. He was last on the ballot paper by themselves… 2007? 2008? That is a long time. You can hear the rustiness in Pittsburgh speech, and to be fair, everyone is a little starts to rust. That’s ok.”
Josh Kraushaar, Political editor for National Journal, said that he believes that Biden “is his own worst enemy.”
“I think if he can run as a credible candidate, not make a whole lot of slip-up, he is a frontrunner,” Kraushaar said.
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“But I don’t think that there is a lot of confidence in the Democratic universe, he’s gonna be able to do that for over a year. He made a lot of mistakes so far… you look at national polls show Biden in the lead, but they also show the biggest concern, or one of the biggest concerns in vote preference, it is easy to over 70 years old, or the oldest candidate, one of the oldest in the field.
“[These are] great vulnerabilities, which do not support cheap in his now. So he has to fall a long way.”
Listen to the full interview on the latest episode of “The candidate with Bret Baier” here and subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.