Joe Biden Doesn’t Even Know What State He’s Campaigning In
Joe Biden seemed to forget the state he was in during an exchange with local media while campaigning in New Hampshire on Saturday.
Biden claimed he liked being in Vermont, despite being in Keene, New Hampshire.
“I’ve been here a number of times… I love this place. Look, what’s not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it?”
Can you recall a time or place where you actually forgot what literal state within the United States you were currently in?
The senior Democrats’ latest campaign gaffe is sure to add to speculation among his critics that he lacks enough of his youthful faculties to wage an effective presidential campaign and govern should he be elected to the office.
Biden had incorrectly claimed that Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy were assassinated in the “late 1970’s” just a few days ago. They were actually killed in the late 1960’s.
Despite a continual string of gaffes that lead many of his progressive critics to wonder if he’s up to the rigorous demands of the presidency, Biden continues to rake in hefty leads in national Democratic polls.
Unless the general trend of national polling is seriously erroneous, the former Vice President appears set to coast to the Democratic nomination. Biden’s political prospects could change as many become more familiar with his serial distraction, but as of now, he maintains a 12-point lead in RealClearPolitics’ aggregate of national polls.
If elected, Biden would be the oldest President to be sworn in on inauguration day by far, taking office at the ripe old age of 78.
President Donald Trump is described by many of his close associates and friends as unusually vigorous for a 73-year old man, and it’s entirely possible he’d seem like a spring chicken in comparison to the elder, confused Democrat.