Jill Biden to voters: you may have to swallow a little” with my husband, so we trump can beat

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Speaking of which, in a bookstore in Manchester, N. H., Dr. Jill Biden, the voters demanded on Monday, to consider the “electability” her husband, the former Vice-President Joe Biden, before the year 2020 Democratic primaries, and how to swallow they may be “a little” with the Democratic front-runner, to the defeat of President Trump.

“I know that not all of them are obliged, my man, and I respect that, but I want you to think about your candidate, his or her electability, and who is said to win this race,” said Dr. Biden.

“And so, if you look, you look at the polls,” said Biden. “If you consistently and you consistently say the same thing, I think, you can’t dismiss that.”

The former second lady insisted that the party of the future candidate “just can’t win, Democrats” to a General election, which emphasises that the person must be for the independents to win. At the same time, they pointed to polls in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan, where her husband is the leader in the quarter-final against Trump.



“You know, we are all in this together, to be our party more inclusive, that is to say, we’re going to have to be independent and say:” come to us,’ we have to go to the Republicans and say: “OK, you’re a Republican, but you can’t tell me that your children are proud of the President, you know, the things he says, and you know, as a mother or as a father, I mean, how can you be proud of the fact that the President as a leader?”

She continued, “So, yeah, you don’t know your candidate could be better, I know, healthcare as Joe, but you have to look to who will win this election, and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say, ‘OK, personally, I like so and so better”, but your bottom line will be that we have trump card to beat.”

In the latest Fox News poll, Biden, has a double-digit lead against the President, to Trump with 50 percent of the likely voters, 38 percent.

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