Tuesday on MSNBC, Democratic candidate Joe Biden spoke with host Nicolle Wallace over the COVID-19 global pandemic.
During the interview, however, Biden took jabs at President Trump, then awkwardly backtracked to say: “That’s a stupid way of saying it”.
Joe Biden asked Nicolle Wallace, “Why doesn’t he just act like a president?” referring to President Trump.
“That’s a stupid way of saying it. I really wish he’d– sorry,” Biden apologized, then looked down, which prompted Wallace to say, “Go ahead.”
“No, no. It’s probably best I don’t. … I just, I just can’t figure out the guy,” Biden continued. “It’s just like, I dunno. It’s like watching a yo-yo. I shouldn’t have said it that way.”
Wallace agreed with Biden, laughed, and responded: “It feels that way,” which then prompted an awkward silence before the MSNBC host shifted to another question. (Video Below)
Biden’s awkward backtrack:
Looks like Sleepy Joe Biden’s media tour is going well… 🤣😂 pic.twitter.com/KcRm8GeqdT
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Throughout the day, Biden made rounds to ABC’s “The View”, and CNN also. Here a clip put together by a Twitter user Tom Elliott:
Biden Coughs, Acts Confused, Throughout ABC/CNN/MSNBC Interviews pic.twitter.com/GuSA1Fsxst
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 24, 2020
On ABC’s “The View”, Joe Biden was asked if the cure for the coronavirus could become worse than the problem itself.
“We have to take care of the cure, that will make the problem worse no matter what,” Biden replied.
Biden was just asked if the cure could become worse than the problem itself.
“We have to take care of the cure, that will make the problem worse no matter what”
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 24, 2020
More on MSNBC, the former vice president claimed that President Trump didn’t act quick enough against the coronavirus.
On Tuesday, the Trump campaign released a timeline of the administration’s decisive actions, which can be read HERE.
“The people who got hurt most in the economic recovery last time were the millennial generation,” Joe Biden says. “They inherited this incredible debt … as a consequence of student loans. We should be forgiving $10,000 minimum in student loan debt.” pic.twitter.com/CttVZACLgE
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 24, 2020