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Joe Biden Forgets Which State He’s Campaigning In

When former Vice President Joe Biden announced his candidacy for 2020, we knew there would be gaffes. The Delaware Democrat has been a walking, talking gaffe machine his entire career, and his screw ups only became more entertaining (and sometimes alarming) when he found his way into the White House as Obama’s number two.

But the years have not been kind to the former vice president. While “you can’t go to a Seven Eleven without hearing a slight Indian accent” remains one of the former senator’s greatest hits, he’s dropped so many bombshells in the past month that we sometimes gloss over it.

And we haven’t even mentioned his creepy behavior around young women. Even if we take him at his word and accept the fact that he’s just handsy around everyone, it’s still not a good look for a person who could be representing the most powerful country in the world.

Well, now we have another gem to add to the list. On the campaign trail, ole Joe actually forgot which state he was in. And granted, this might not match his “poor kids are just as bright as white kids” comment. But, this does raise the question — haven’t Biden’s handlers figured out how to deal with this problem yet? What kind of people are running this operation?

We know one thing: it isn’t Joe Biden.

Here’s the DC Shorts with more.


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