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Frank Biden, younger sister of the former Vice-President Joe Biden, who allegedly said that some members of the family, “felt insulted” that by 2016 the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, and instead, decided to cast their ballot for Donald Trump.
The former U.S. President’s brother at the destination, the Clinton team took the campaign strategy in an interview with The Palm Beach Post. Frank told the outlet that the report posted on Monday that he believed, stating that if his brother had the time, he would have ensured that Clinton lost.
“We would never have lost in Pennsylvania, and all my relatives — the Finnegan family — who voted for Donald Trump because she felt offended by Hillary and her campaign,” Biden said. “We would not have gone never, Michigan, as the campaign decided not to do that because they feel entitled to the votes of those people.
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“Assumptive policy lose the policies,” he said. “You need to know for each individual votes, and the people must, individually, collectively and jointly that they take care of you that you are important.”
Clinton visited Michigan a short time before the election, although they did not ultimately win the state.
Biden announced, in 2015, he would not run for President.
But Frank says, the around could be different this time.
“I think we are going to run,” Biden told The Post. “You can say,” Frank believes his brother to run.’ Now, he could surprise me. But I know the family is behind him 100 percent.”
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So far, Biden has not said whether he will run, but has been rumored as a potential candidate. The family expects that “very soon” about the matter, after which he choose to, his brother told The Post.
“I think Joe should run. I urged him to run, and has been for a long, long time,” he told the outlet.
The democratic party is the left, with an almost “existential” decision, said Frank.
“Who, do you believe that the disaffected Republicans and disaffected Democrats that we need to win to win Pennsylvania, win, Michigan, Wisconsin, win, win, win Ohio, Florida — as a strictly Machiavellian question of who is best positioned to win back these people?”, he said.
Fox News’ Madeleine Rivera contributed to this report.