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Biden uses Trump's own words to make his case in new ad
January 14, 2020
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Kicking and Screaming
The ad, and its timing, is an attempt from Biden's campaign to portray himself as a candidate above the fray.
And, this article is also an attempt to do the same.
*Paid for by CNN executives allocating company resources for Biden.
Remember that Joey B has stated that "We believe truth over facts."
I have lived my whole life in the Midwest and with the results in our economy for
middle class workers, I don't see Biden having much of a chance. Especially
if you give Joe a microphone and let him talk.
Out of curiosity, how many times has Biden ran for President? How many times has he won?
So if joe gets elected ,he can be immediately impeached for his quid pro quo in Ukraine. He confessed to that on video.
Trump fills stadiums and the parking lots with enthusiastic supporters. Biden barely fills diners with the curious.
Bernard & Sue C
HOW COULD ANYONE VOTE FOR BIDEN THAT DOESN'T EVEN KNOW WHAT STATE HE IS IN WHEN HE IS CAMPAIGNING! WHEN HE DOES TALK NOTHING MAKES ANY SENSE!
just Biden being Biden ...
What possible reason would there be to vote for someone who has lived off the citizens of these United States all his life, Who has stolen money from the people he is supposedly representing and to boot, padded the bank accounts of his family and cohorts. Wake up people. These career politicians are in it only for themselves and their elitist families or friends. At least Trump didn't build his empire off the tax dollars of the American people. He did it the old fashioned way of hard work.
Remember when Joe said vote for Trump. Joe can't remember from one day to the next. He had 8 years and did nothing but help himself and Hunter. We don't need him anymore
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