Joe Biden is prone to gaffes but Democratic voters don't seem to care
Facing scrutiny for a recent string of gaffes on the campaign trail, former Vice President Joe Biden has been unapologetic in defending his propensity to show some latitude with his language: His slip ups, he says, are innocuous mistakes that simply don’t matter.
It’s an argument that seems to be good enough for voters, at least for the time being.
He’s maintained solid leads in nearly every early voting state and national poll of likely Democratic voters since entering the race, suggesting his rhetorical fumbles aren’t a significant issue with a Democratic electorate that appears to have taken to his argument that he’s best suited to beat President Trump.
7th September 2019