On Monday morning, Joe Biden campaigned by telling 56% of the voting public not to vote for him.
Cincinnatis WKRC Local 12 anchor Kyle Inskeep asked Biden in an interview about a poll in which 56% of respondents said they were better off now than they had been in 2016, when Biden was Barack Obama’s vice president.
“Why should people who feel that they are better off today, under the Trump administration, vote for you?” Inskeep asked.
“Well, if they think that, they probably shouldn’t,” Biden grumpily said, before adding that their “memory is not very good.”
Biden also said he was running for Senate, forgot Mitt Romney’s name, and referenced a website that doesn’t exist–all on the same day. Unbelievable that people really plan to vote for him for president.
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