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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is no stranger to the kind of gaffes that for years have prompted the American public to speculate about the state of his mental health. Unsurprisingly, his Republican rival Donald Trump is among those who doubt Biden’s emotional capacity to lead the US – or whether he is even smart enough to do so. Had Trump have made any of these Gaffes the press would have eaten him alive.

“Biden's a stupid person. You know that”, Trump said during a US Labor Day news conference outside the White House. And while the snub was merely retaliation the for ex-vice president’s positive stance on China’s economic rise - some of Joe Biden’s infamous quotes may indeed make people question his intellectual abilities – or at least his foresight. Here’s our top five:

May 2020, ‘You Ain’t Black’

“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black”, Biden told African-American radio host Charlamagne Tha God this May, a statement that immediately earned him a strong backlash from both haters and supporters for allegedly taking black votes for granted. Later, the former vice president admitted that he “shouldn’t have been such a wise guy”, referring to his remark, or even “so cavalier” - whatever that means. Dec. 2019, ‘Not Stupid’ Irish The Democratic candidate caused some fury among those of Irish decent after telling an audience in Iowa: “I may be Irish but I’m not stupid”, hinting at his roots. Some were truly offended by this – others merely shocked.

Aug. 2019, ‘Poor Kids as Talented As White’

One of Biden’s quotes raised a lot of eyebrows last year. Speaking at a town hall in Des Moines that hosted many Asian & Latino voters, the former Obama staffer said that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids”. He tried to quickly recover from his statement after a short pause: “Wealthy kids, black kids, Asian kids — no I really mean it, but think how we think about it”, he then added. But it was too late, Biden's words were already hanging in the air.

Aug. 2008, ‘Barack America’

“This election year, the choice is clear”, the then-senator said at an Illinois campaign rally in 2008, while cheering for Obama’s candidacy. “One man stands to deliver change we desperately need. A man I'm proud to call my friend. A man who will be the next president of the United States—Barack America!”

Sept. 2008, ‘Stand Up’ “Stand up, Chuck, let ‘em see you”,

Biden loudly addressed State Senator Chuck Graham during a 2008 campaign rally event in Missouri. It would have been a simple call if Graham were not a paraplegic confined to a wheelchair following a car accident at the age of 16. “Oh, god love ya, what am I talking about”, the politician said after realizing his mistake. "I tell you what, you're making everybody else stand up though, pal. You can tell I'm new”. Is he still new though? Given that he tried to become president in 1988 and was elected state senator for Delaware way back in 1973 that seems to be open to debate.

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Quid Pro Joe: "No matter how many Washington insiders tell you to support him, nominating their fellow Washington insider will not meet this moment. Nominating a man who says we do not need any fundamental change in this country will not meet this moment."

Republican lawmakers from the US House Judiciary Committee asked in a letter on Friday for subpoenas for Hunter Biden - the son of former US Vice President Joe Biden, US Congressman Adam Schiff and the whistleblower behind the ongoing impeachment against Trump.

Among other witnesses who Republicans want to testify are Nelli Ohr, former contractor for the research firm Fusion GPS; Devon Archer, former board member of Burisma, and an intelligence community employee who spoke with Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman about the notorious July phone call.

Ranking House member Doug Collins claimed in the letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler that Schiff "has permitted to testify publicly" for "those he has previously vetted d approved in a private deposition setting", suggesting that Schiff prohibited Republicans or the US president "to call any additional witnesses".

Collins emphasized that "to provide context and transparency" in the ongoing impeachment, "the American people deserve to hear" the testimony of Schiff, as well as the anonymous whistleblower and Hunter Biden, who is a former board member of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma, a key element in the impeachment.

Earlier this week, US President Donald Trump recommended a quick US House vote on his impeachment to make way for a Senate trial with a witness list including Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Congressman Adam Schiff, former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

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"Lindsey is about to go down in a way that I think he’s going to regret his whole life," Biden told CNN host Don Lemon in a Friday interview in South Carolina.

"I say Lindsey, I just — I’m just embarrassed by what you’re doing, for you. I mean, my Lord."

"They have him under their thumb right now. They know he knows that if he comes out against Trump, he’s got a real tough road for reelection, number one," Biden continued. "He knows me; he knows my son; he knows there’s nothing to this. Trump is now essentially holding power over him that even the Ukrainians wouldn’t yield to. The Ukrainians would not yield to, quote, ‘investigate Biden’ — there’s nothing to investigate about Biden or his son." 

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As Hillary Clinton gears up to announce her 2020 presidential run, her campaign is clearing a path for victory.

California Rep. Devin Nunes predicted on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" that Joe Biden's campaign is likely coming to an end -- all because of newly resurfaced reports about his possible misconduct in Ukraine that "first originated back when Hillary Clinton was trying to make sure Biden didn’t get in the 2016 race." These have been resurrected, to clear Joe Biden out of Hillary's way.

The Clinton campaign cleaverly pinned the Biden investigation on President Trump’s so called "solicitation" of the Ukrainian president to interfere in the U.S. political process for Trump’s benefit, claiming it violates the Constitution and federal law—not to mention the public trust. A claim that will be made over and over again as revelations of investigations into Hillary Clinton emerge, after she announces her 2020 bid for president.

Next it was time to deal with Sen. Elizabeth Warren who had begin surging ahead of Biden as the first choice of 22 percent of voters surveyed, while Biden was the first choice of 20 percent of the voters. Biden held a 9-point lead over Warren in the poll as recently as June.

Hillary Clinton called in Wall Street's Democratic donors to warn they won't back Sen. Elizabeth Warren if she wins the Democrat party's nomination, and might even support President Donald Trump, according to CNBC.

"You're in a box because you're a Democrat and you're thinking, 'I want to help the party, but she's going to hurt me, so I'm going to help President Trump,'" a senior private equity executive told CNBC.

Warren, a vocal critic of big banks, plans to crack down on the financial industry if she becomes president. In response to a CNBC tweet promoting its story, she wrote "wealthy donors don't get to buy this process" and vowed she wouldn't "back down."

Wrapping it up the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the likely 2020 Democratic nominee for President of the United States, will chose Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts as her running mate. An all-Female Ticket will garner the support from Warrens Socialist base and Clinton's loyal and powerful constituency of female supporters even as she is the farthest, she has been from center stage in American politics in almost three decades.

Let’s elect Hillary, undo 2016 and shatter the glass ceiling. Onward Together, a all-female ticket.

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Creepy uncle Joe at his best. 

Uncle Joe is back and ready to take a hands-on approach to America’s problems! Joe Biden has a good feel for the American people and knows exactly what they really want deep down. He’s happy to open up and reveal himself to voters and will give a pounding to anybody who gets in his way!


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Joe Biden has joined a crowded Democratic field in which many candidates have staked out progressive positions on an array of issues.

Biden made his announcement hours before a major campaign fundraiser was to take place in Philadelphia on Thursday. His first campaign event, union-themed, is expected to be held Monday in Pittsburgh, a Democratic city whose suburbs and exurbs are filled with the sort of voters who abandoned the Democratic Party to side with Trump in 2016. 

He is scheduled to appear Friday on “The View,” in what the ABC program said in a tweet would be his first television interview since announcing his candidacy. 

Biden, 76, who served for eight years as the second-in-command to the last Democrat to successfully seek the presidency, holds a strong position in early polls, but the trajectory of his campaign is uncertain. 

Creepy Joe Biden

Creepy Joe's 1987 campaign was derailed by an oppo-research dump where he was caught red-handed lifting the campaign stump speech of a British Labour Party politician from a coal-mining family in Wales.

That was Creepy Joe — basically claiming to be a Welsh coal miner.

Joe Biden's 'inappropriate touching' sure hasn't hurt his support among women

However, as the media continues to speculate, the allegations are not changing how women, a key constituency, are feeling about Biden. New polling out of key early states of New Hampshire and Iowa show that his high polling in the crowded Democratic field is powered by women. Despite the fact that there are six female candidates in the race and allegations he inappropriately touched women, Biden sits atop the Democratic primary contest because of support from females.

Creepy Joe was first elected to the Senate in 1972 — when Bernie Sanders was an unemployed hippie, writing his fantasies for that weekly in Vermont about how women fantasize about being raped by three men at once.

Despite his advanced age, Biden tries to stay au courant. He understands the demographic changes in the US: