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Ed Rendell on Joe Biden, Eric Swalwell
The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, has his best debate performance Thursday, after the former DNC Chairman Ed Rendell, who is also Rep. Eric Swalwell s, D-Calif released. Reviews about the former senator’s age.
Biden also more crossover has appeal as many of the other 2020, the Democratic candidate, Rendell claimed on Friday on the “outnumbered Overtime.”
“It was not his best performance by any means,” he said.
“But, you see, it’s a long way to Iowa. There are eight or ten debates.”
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The former DNC Chairman added that the former President Ronald Reagan look sharp during his first fight with then-Sen. Walter Mondale, D-Minn. 1984.
“Remember, Ronald Reagan looked like a man who had lost his mental balance in the first debate against Walter Mondale,” Rendell claimed.
“He healed, in the second debate, and as far as I remember, he won 49 States. So do not take a debate and not necessarily someone from writing.
“Joe Biden’s views are only in line with the majority of Democratic voters, but they are also in line with the independents, and some Republicans, as well.”
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Swalwell performance, Rendell, turning the 38-year-old Northern California claimed lawmakers worked admirably to Express his platform, but missed the mark in his criticism of Biden.
“I think Eric Swalwell is trying the case, as well as he can be claimed for his candidacy,” the former Pennsylvania Governor and former Philadelphia mayor.
“But people are judged on who you are, what you believe and what you have done, what you do in the situation. This is also true for African-Americans, Latinos, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, the white candidate… Is Pete Buttigieg too young to run? No.
“I think Eric Swalwell is off base… especially considering I am one of the largest voting bloc in the election.”
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Swalwell criticized Biden on Thursday, asking him to “pass the torch”, in allusion to a similar remark made by then-Delaware senator during a previous run for President.
“I was six years old, as a presidential candidate, the California joined the Democratic Convention and said:” it is time for the torch to a new generation of Americans.’ This candidate was then-said Biden, Senator Joe,” Swalwell.
“Joe Biden was right 32 years ago and he is still right today.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.