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Joe Biden tangled with the voters: A look at its most explosive moments

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Presidential candidate and former Vice-President Joe Biden has to talk for a hard, “no malarkey” style describes in the election campaign — as it is in a way that is atypical for a life-long politician.

But this setting has led to a handful of tense confrontations with voters and journalists, who challenge him on certain issues, culminating in a viral Tuesday showdown with a worker in a Fiat-Chrysler car plant in Detroit.

Here are some Biden are the explosive moments, as voters get tangled up with this election cycle.

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Jerry Wayne (L) was the worker of Biden in a dispute with the Fiat-Chrysler plant in Detroit Tuesday.

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Fucking Liar

In the case of a Dec. 5 town hall in Iowa, a voter came after Biden, on two issues: his age and his son Hunter earlier job for a Ukrainian energy company that the Obama administration as corrupt.

“You’re a fucking liar, man. That’s not true and nobody has ever said that,” Biden said in response to the comments about his son.

If the voters asked about his age, Biden replied, “Look, the reason why I ran, because I already for a long time and I know more than most people and I can get things done. And you want to check my Form? Together let us do push-ups, man, let us run, let us do what they want to do.”

But it was another comment that Biden made the issue of proximity-a lot of jokes on Twitter.

“Look, fat, look, here’s the deal,” to say Biden seemed to be the man, before he interrupted the former Vice President and accused him of not having more backbone than President Trump.

“More Questions?” Biden then asked her to walk away from the voters, than he is to the rest of the audience.

The Biden-contested campaign, he called fat, the voters, and says that he wanted to say instead, “look at the facts.”

Lying, dog-faced pony soldier

In the case of a New Hampshire town hall in early February, Biden, a college-student job was for fibbing, whether they had participated in a group.

The students, Madison, from Mercer University in Georgia, asked Biden how he was able to.competitiveness in the Democratic presidential race after a disappointing result in Iowa

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“It’s a good question. Number one: Iowa democratic caucus is. Have you ever been in a group?” Biden asked, as the students appeared to indicate that she had. “No, you don’t have. No you have not. You’re a lying, dog-faced pony soldier. You said you were; but now you have to be honest. I’ll be honest with you. It was a little confusing in Iowa.”

Biden previously had a voter called a “lying, dog-faced pony soldier” in response to a question about President Obama’s broken promise that individuals would be ensured the option to keep their doctors under the Affordable Care Act.

In the case of a 2018 campaign event, Biden some notes on the origin of the unusual set, to say that it is from a John Wayne movie bot. This has led to mixed reports about the origin. However, in the 1949 John Wayne film “a Yellow ribbon Wore,” a narrator at the end of the film says that part of the phrase Biden: “dog-faced soldiers.”

You go vote for someone else

Only a few days before his confrontation with the college student in New Hampshire, Biden told a high-profile activist in Iowa, “go vote for someone else,” in a tense debate that began the boundary to a physical confrontation.

“I’m going to assist you to, if you win the nomination, because we have to get rid of trump. What should we do about climate change?”, Ed Fallon, a former state legislator and the current liberal activist in Iowa asked. “Now they say they are against pipelines, but then you want to replace these gas lines… We need to stop building and replacing the lines.”

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“No, no, no… go vote for someone else,” Biden responded, putting his hand on Fallon’s chest. “You’re not going to agree with me in elementary school.”

The discussion got tense there with Fallon told Biden that he would treat a vote for him in the General, “if you me”, while Biden his jacket put it in the chest and snapped.

The exchange was finally broken by a Biden staffer.

You are full of sh–

In what is probably his most intense dispute to date, Biden, a worker in a Fiat-Chrysler car plant in Detroit said he was “full of sch * * ße” and not “a horse is a–” in front of a large crowd of other workers and the Reporter.

The workers accused Biden of trying to curb the Second Amendment rights, replied to Biden, “You are full of sch * * ße … I support the Second Amendment.”

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The workers then Biden said, “you work for me, man,” and Biden said that he saw an online video in support of his claim to be Biden the gun attitude.

Biden, pointing to the individual, as they were only a few inches apart in the middle of a crowd of people, he said, to work for him and not to be said to him, ” a horse’s a–.”

To press Biden, who was at one point accidentally click on “AR-14’s,” to recognize the individual that the machine guns are illegal. Biden then appeared miss peak AR-15, tell are illegal, before questioning why someone needs to “100 rounds.”

Kate Bedingfield, Biden, Deputy campaign manager cited that the candidate “no malarkey” approach, as she defended his conduct in the encounter, in Michigan.

“He is not going to take someone to distort his record,” you Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom, said,” on Wednesday.

Fox News’ Brian Flood, Brooke Singman, Allie Raffa, Gregg Re, and Adam helped Shaw to this report.

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