Confused Joe Biden Tells Debate Viewers To Go To Joe 30330 (VIDEO)

Joe Biden turned in a decent performance during the second CNN debate but blew it during his closing statement.

Biden appeared to confuse his campaign website with a suggestion to text his campaign.

Politico reports:

‘Joe 30330’: Biden flubs closing statement

Joe Biden weathered roughly three hours of political attacks from an array of fellow presidential candidates, only to end his debate performance Wednesday night with another viral gaffe.

“Four more years of Donald Trump will go down as an aberration. Hard to overcome the damage he’s done, but we can overcome it. Eight more years of Donald Trump will change America in a fundamental way,” the former vice president warned in his closing statement, miscalculating the amount of time the incumbent commander in chief is constitutionally allowed to occupy the Oval Office.

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Then, staring into the camera, Biden haltingly concluded his pitch to Democratic primary voters: “If you agree with me, go to ‘Joe 30330’ and help me in this fight. Thank you very much.”

The directive immediately provoked confusion online among viewers of the CNN broadcast. Other candidates had pointed viewers to their campaign websites, but the Biden digits did not lead to such a site.

Watch the video:

People reacted on Twitter:

Biden came off as completely out of touch.

Imagine if a Republican had done this.

It’d be a week long news cycle.

 

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