Joe Biden Reminds Voters He’s Very Old And Could Die In Office (VIDEO)

Joe Biden just brought the art of the political gaffe to a whole new level.

During a campaign stop in Iowa this week, Biden reminded the voters he was speaking to that his choice for a vice president would be very important, given his advanced age.

He was obviously implying that he could die while in office.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Biden acknowledges he might die in office: ‘I’m an old guy’

Joe Biden said that his vice president needs to be capable of being president because he is so old.

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“I can think of at least eight women, at least four or five people of color, that I think are totally qualified to be vice president of the United States,” the former vice president, 77, said at a campaign event in Clinton, Iowa on Tuesday.

“But for me, it has to be demonstrated that whoever I pick is two things: One, is capable of [being] president because I’m an old guy,” Biden said as some in the crowd laughed. “No, I’m serious. Look, I thank God I’m in great health. I work out. No, I’m serious. You know, I work out every morning. I’m in good shape — knock on wood, as my mother would say.”

Watch the video below:

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This is not a situation where a candidate gets points for honesty. It’s absolutely stunning that Biden would say such a thing to voters.

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It’s amazing to think that this guy may end up being the Democrat nominee.


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