Biden Campaign Makes Big Change To Future Speeches

Following continuous gaffes on the campaign trail, Democratic front-runner Joe Biden has reportedly cut his speeches to less than fifteen minutes in order to avoid any unnecessary gaffes in public. Joe Biden has made a series of addresses to voters recently, and none of them have clocked over 15 minutes, leaving the attendees practically empty-handed.

Here are more details from Hannity:

“Biden’s event in St. Louis, framed by the Gateway Arch, clocked in at around seven minutes Saturday. A short time later, at a windswept event in Kansas City, people were streaming for their cars after Biden wrapped up in 12 minutes. His longest speech of the weekend, in the gym of Tougaloo College in Jackson, Miss., didn’t quite make 15 minutes,” reports the Washington Post.

“The less Biden strays from his streamlined and teleprompter-ed remarks, the less likely he is to make a gaffe that could damagingly ricochet around the Internet. Even with his shorter speeches, he’s made an unforced error or two. In his Sunday remarks at New Hope Baptist Church (14 minutes), he derided Mississippi’s former governor for not accepting Medicare-for-all — which happens to be Sanders’s chief policy proposal — instead of the Affordable Care Act,” adds the newspaper.

It has been a hard few weeks for Joe Biden in terms of unintended remarks, and President Trump has taken full advantage of them with new ads.

Check out the compilation video Trump’s campaign posted today:

Earlier on Tuesday Biden told a Michigan construction worker that he was “full of shit!”

Now the DNC establishment is out in full force to protect Joe Biden. Will it work?

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