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Biden supporters dismissed Biden Democratic presidential front-runner, Joe’s gaffes, but the Trump campaign says that they report a serious mistake; chief political correspondent Mike Emanuel.
The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, is the current leader in the 2020 Democratic race, has been hit by a new wave of gaffes and errors, which in a few days – something that President Trump and his re-election campaign is increasingly showing as a problem for the potential White house rivals.
Biden was taken to a Washington Post report this week that found that a turbulent military history, which was the former senator as “God’s truth” – not true.
JOE BIDEN SAID, MOVING A MILITARY HISTORY OF THE CAMPAIGN STOP — BUT IT NEVER HAPPENED, THE REPORT SAYS
The story was an emotional account of Biden, the decision to travel to Afghanistan, despite concerns about the visit of a war-torn area, to honor, Navy captain to retrieve the body of his dead comrades during the battle.
According to Biden, he brushed off concerns about the danger of traveling to the deadly area. “We can lose, Vice-President,” he said, recounting his words to a crowd during an event on Friday. “We can’t lose many more of these children. Not a joke.” His story involved the captain dramatically told Biden that he did not want the medal, because his comrades die landed.
But after talking with more than a dozen military and campaign sources, the Post-determined, the event “never happened” and that “almost every detail in the story seems to be wrong.”
The faux pas confused even sympathetic analysts, with MSNBC host Chris Matthews insisted that a reporter would be fired for such errors.
“I mean, he’s not Ernest Hemingway. You don’t get to set it up based on facts. You have the facts,” he said.
Biden, 76, later told The Post that he “made the point of how brave these people are, how incredible they are, this generation of warriors, these fallen angels that we have lost.”
Biden also dismissed the control this week, as he said, in South Carolina, that he knew of, UK-the Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
“I don’t know, the new Prime Minister of England. He looks like Donald Trump, I know,” he said in a town hall.
Apart from a jab at someone with whom he can forge may be to good relations with the President, the comment is noteworthy because Johnson has long been an internationally known politician. He served recently as the country’s foreign Minister and the mayor of London, as a Biden Vice-President. It is also not just UK-related gaffe is Biden. In may, he said the Prime Minister was Margaret Thatcher (who served as Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990), then-PM Theresa May. He quickly corrected himself.
Biden has long had a reputation for gaffes, but they seem to have grown in number during this campaign, leading to some speculation as to whether his age might be a factor in the 2020 campaign. Trump Biden the nickname “Sleepy Joe” called for some time.
Last weekend, Biden said in New Hampshire: “I love this place, what about Vermont?” He later appeared have reminded the difficulties, where he talked straight.
In the past year, he had confessed that he was a gaffe machine, but said it was better than what he described as the President of Trump’s repeated lies in public.
“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.
BIDEN, NOR LEADING, BELIEVES THAT HE CAN SURVIVE ALL OF THE NEW GAFFES, THE POLLSTER SAYS
Gaffes, so far did not seem to have too much influence on its polling status. While some polls have shown the race tightening, particularly between Biden and rival Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., the former Vice President remains in the lead in most polls. A number of these polls show him President Trump beat, in a prospective 2020 matchup.
During the campaign progresses, he will, in all likelihood, more control for the excesses both of the rival Democratic campaigns, and the trump-campaign – will be eager to take you down to Biden, if you him as the presumed future opponents.
In the last few weeks, Trump a number of comments about Biden has a suspected mental condition. Earlier this month, he said, “Joe is playing with a full deck.”
He made the remarks after Biden told a crowd in Iowa that “poor children are just as bright and talented as the white children.” Biden quickly corrected himself, after some applause from the crowd on the Asian and Latino coalition PAC, and finished, “wealthy children, black children, Asian children.”
“This is not someone that you can have, as your President, but if he received the nomination, I would be thrilled,” Trump.
The trump team has also noted that Biden, the latest error, and suggested that they stand for more than just gaffes.
“This is no gaffe, there is a problem with Joe Biden is, and it causes a lot of Democrats to begin to rethink in the top group,” Markus Lotter, the trump card of the campaign’s strategic communications Director, said on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” on Friday.
“He is still the frontrunner at this point, but he will fight through the primaries now,” Lotter said, adding that the challenges of the fight don’t compare a primary to the challenges of a President-in-office.
“If he fights, imagine what will happen in the next year,” he said.
However, others rejected the concerns that Biden could affect the chances. Colin Reed, a Republican strategist, wrote in a Fox News op-ed that the many years of kicks from Biden, failed “an ingredient in baked in the cake” for the voters.
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He, instead, debate in Houston, Texas, pointed to next week-where Biden say with Warren share for the first time – as a much greater threat for its pioneering role.
To Biden, “in contrast, Warren is in her element on the debate stage. Where he stammers and stumbles, she enjoys the felling of the rivals under the klieg lights,” he wrote. “In Houston, for the first time, you get to face Biden in their natural environment.”
Democratic pollster Doug Schoen said Biden is the team is too concerned with the slip-up, but believes it could eventually hurt his fundraising, and could give a much-needed boost to the soon to Warren.
“I think with these gaffes, even when they hurt Biden fundraising to hurt you, its masses-and they make this a very difficult competition, even though his numbers have remained stable,” Schoen said.
Fox News’ Mike Emanuel and Sam Dorman contributed to this report.