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Sean Spicer responded to Biden’s ‘gaffes’
Democratic 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden is reliable, gaffe-prone and leads in the polls primarily because of his Association with former President Barack Obama, according to Sean Spicer.
The former Vice-President of the name is another reason he’s leading a pack of more than 20 candidates, not because he is running a good campaign, Spicer, a former White House press secretary under President Trump. Said Friday on Fox News’ “Hannity.”
“I think it is a false narrative that Joe Biden, is a kind of political success,” said Spicer guest host Jason Chaffetz. “He was stupid things to say, since he was first elected in the early 1970s. He has failed run for President twice, and epic.
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“I think it is a false narrative that Joe Biden, is a kind of political success. He says stupid things, since he was first elected in the early 1970s. He has run for President twice and epic failed.”
— Sean Spicer, a former White House press secretary
“Biden, right-now benefits from eight years of … as Vice-President, to be honest, a popular President from the Democratic party.”
However, Biden’s penchant for public gaffes and the absence of Obama in his side hurt him when he joins his fellow contenders for next week’s primary debate in Miami, said Spicer.
“He is claimed to be a flip-Flop gaffe-machine,” Spicer.
“Now, after the other candidates have a Chance to go after him on the debate stage … and he didn’t Obama carry the ticket, he is not epic, as he has twice before.”
Most recently, Biden remained defiant, the comments about how he was able to well with former Sens. Herman Talmadge, D-Ga., and James O. Eastland, D-Miss., despite the fact that they were self-confessed segregation ists.
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Biden-campaign, the comments defended while the candidate himself dismissed calls for his apology and fired back at his critics.
“Apologize for what?” Biden told reporters Wednesday night, said when asked about the criticism over his remarks. “Not a racist bone in my body. I have rights to my part in citizens whole career. Period of time. Period of time. Period.”
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.