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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Obama: Biden "really doesn't have it"
JohnnyHammersticks 07:51 AM 11-28-2019
Just when you think it couldn't get any worse for Creepy Joe, his bff/soul mate turns on him. Is there anyone still delusional enough to think this pedo has even the slightest chance in 2020?

Obama to 2020 Democrat: Biden "really doesn't have it"
by Mike Brest
November 26, 2019 10:42 AM

Former President Obama reportedly told a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate that his former Vice President Joe Biden doesn't have what it takes to win the Oval Office.

Obama, 58, has remained relatively quiet during the first part of the Democratic primary; however, he has met with many of the candidates privately. In one particular meeting, the former president took a dig at his own vice president, according to Politico.

"With one candidate, he pointed out that during his own 2008 campaign, he had an intimate bond with the electorate, especially in Iowa, that he no longer has. Then he added, 'And you know who really doesn’t have it? Joe Biden,'" Ryan Lizza reported.

The former president's dig stands in stark contrast to the relationship Biden has depicted during his campaign. Biden, who has repeatedly stated that he doesn't want Obama's endorsement because whoever wins the primary "should win it on their own merits,” has frequently referenced his time working within the Obama White House.

The former vice president cites the Obama administration's record on healthcare as well as on the economy frequently. However, he has also been faced at times with difficult questions from his time in office. During multiple presidential debates this fall, Biden took heat from rival candidates for both relying on Obama's legacy when it suits him and for distancing himself from it when it was more beneficial for him.

There is a precedent for former presidents to hold out endorsing their second-in-command’s subsequent White House bids. Ronald Reagan did not endorse George H. W. Bush's candidacy in 1988 until it was clear who the GOP nominee would be. Then, there was the 1968 Democratic presidential campaign in which Lyndon B. Johnson declined to offer a robust endorsement of Hubert Humphrey until a little more than a month before the general election.

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SuperBowl4 08:05 AM 11-28-2019
Obama didn't need to tell us. We can see it for ourselves.
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alpha_omega 08:10 AM 11-28-2019
Barry the genius. Thanks.
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scho63 08:40 AM 11-28-2019
Originally Posted by SuperBowl4:
Obama didn't need to tell us. We can see it for ourselves.
Beat me to it! :-)
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stevieray 09:17 AM 11-28-2019
.....is that why he was your VP?
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Taco John 11:21 AM 11-28-2019
The Bidens are scumbags...

Joe Biden's Son Blames "Russian Agents" For Ashley Madison Profile http://t.co/S8j6dTbTyh

— zerohedge (@zerohedge) August 28, 2015

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Donger 11:34 AM 11-28-2019
Fake news.
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Setsuna 11:39 AM 11-28-2019
Originally Posted by Donger:
Fake news.
:-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
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Donger 11:46 AM 11-28-2019
Originally Posted by Setsuna:
:-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
What? I thought the rule was that anonymous sources were fake news.
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Setsuna 11:57 AM 11-28-2019
Originally Posted by Donger:
What? I thought the rule was that anonymous sources were fake news.
I don't follow rules in this forum. I'm not really a part of the regulars on here. I'm just here to :-) at your posts really. Also to the OP. WATER IS WET.
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LiveSteam 09:54 PM 11-28-2019
If you have a Joe Biden
You can keep your Joe Biden
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Mr. Kotter 10:12 PM 11-28-2019
Originally Posted by Taco John:
The Bidens are scumbags...

The Trumps are much bigger scumbags....and their lawsuits "settled, "bankruptcies," lost court decisions, pending investigations and litigation, and narcissism proves it...

Happy Thanksgiving, TJ. :-)
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Reerun_KC 10:26 PM 11-28-2019
Kotter rocking the TDay TDS
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-King- 11:08 PM 11-28-2019
Originally Posted by stevieray:
.....is that why he was your VP?
Someone can be qualified to be VP but not president. I don't think many Trump supporters would vote for Pence if he ran for presidency but they're fine with him at VP.
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neech 10:40 PM 11-29-2019
Seek professional help Kotter.
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