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NYT columnist pans the phenomena Biden campaign: ‘don’t observe, As an actor who can remember his lines’

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New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg Joe Biden pivoted on the Tuesday following the participation of three of his campaign stops over the weekend, calling the former Vice President of the benefits of the “irritating.”

“See Biden on the stump, often feels not like watching an actor who can remember his lines. Even if you have no support from him, it is hard not to be scared to feel, in his name,” she wrote, and pointed to a particularly confused response from Biden on a question referred to it by a change in its position on the Hyde Amendment.

“Everyone who is convinced that Biden is the safe choice should go see him for yourself.”

— Michelle Goldberg

Overall, you Biden called trembles ‘ s appearances at the three South Carolina campaign, “stop” questioning whether he can defeat President Trump in the year 2020.

“I don’t want to Biden, the candidate for ideological reasons, but polls show him far, and if he is I want the democratic party standard-bearer against Donald Trump, that he has a strong. He seemed to be not strong in South Carolina,” she wrote.

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Goldberg said Trump, also known as “speaking gibberish,” but he does so with “confidence”, while Biden appears “shaky”, like he tried with one fact or figure to answer a question.

“And while there is great affection for him on the ground, there is little excitement. You can see why his campaign limit his public events and why he wrote the avoiding of the press,” Goldberg, credited Biden for his ability to connect with voters one-on-one and stay until almost midnight, at an event, the participants welcome.was

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Another event, she noticed that the supporters of the Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker and former Rep. Beto O’rourke seemed to be Biden far more excited than the group of support.

“A way to the masses is not to be everything-a balmy voice the same counts as passionate. Biden supporters are older than those of the other Democrats that his campaign is less visible energy, but also a more reliable electorate. Yet, as the recent elections have shown is one, the enthusiasm. Who is convinced that Biden is the safe choice should go to him for yourself,” she concluded.

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