More Embarrassment: Biden Slurs Anti-Trump Speech, Forgets What State He‘s In
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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden took a week off to "reset" after making a slew of controversial and mind-boggling comments on the campaign trail.
And on his first day back on the campaign trail over the weekend, the former vice president slurred his anti-Trump speech and forgot what state he was in.
While speaking at a fundraiser over the weekend in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Biden recalled a recent speech in which he accused President Donald Trump of fanning “the flames of white supremacy.”
Biden mistakenly claimed it took place in Burlington, Vermont, rather than Burlington, Iowa.
The 2020 election is still a long ways out, but Biden's gaffes are severely harming his 2020 chances.
During a campaign stop earlier this month in Iowa, the former VP told the crowd that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”
"We should challenge students in these schools and have advanced placement programs in these schools,” Biden said. “We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor, you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright, just as talented, as white kids."
Less than two weeks ago, Biden exploded when a conservative reporter confronted him about the lie he keeps telling about Trump and Charlottesville.
While campaigning at the "Political Soapbox" at the Iowa State Fair, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Joel Pollak asked Biden why he continues to falsely claim that Trump called neo-Nazis and white nationalists "very fine people."
Biden became enraged and very aggressive with Pollak.
In June, Biden came under fire for praising segregationist Democratic senators and boasted about working with them during his time in the U.S. Senate.
Before that, the former VP suggested starting a "real physical revolution" and using "brass knuckles" if the Republican-controlled Senate won't pass his agenda as commander-in-chief.
Before that, he found himself in hot water again for plagiarizing a slogan from Michael Avenatti, the anti-Trump lawyer who briefly flirted with a 2020 run of his own before being indicted on multiple charges.
During a rally in Iowa, Biden said: “He says, ‘let's make America great again.’ Let's make America America again.”
Avenatti has used that slogan in public at least four times in the past year.
Biden's campaign also got busted last month for copying language for his environmental plan word-for-word from environmental nonprofits without attribution.
Since he announced his 2020 run back in April, four women have come forward and accused the former vice president of inappropriately touching them and pulling them in close to rub noses.
All of these comments have been made in the last two months.
Imagine how many more gaffes and controversial statements Biden will make over the next year.