Biden to blitz Iowa back roads by bus in 800-mile hunt for support
Biden to blitz Iowa back roads by bus in 800-mile hunt for supportBiden, who served as vice president to Democratic former President Barack Obama, is seeking the party's nomination to face Republican President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election but is battling a historically large field of rivals, many with better-financed operations.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday got in a tense back-and-forth with an audience member during an Iowa campaign stop after the man claimed the former vice president sent his son, Hunter Biden, to work for an energy company in Ukraine.
"You're a damn liar, man. That's not true," Biden shot back at the man, who said the claims, which have been circulated by some on the right, were backed up by reporting on television.
Biden then went on to challenge the man to a push-up contest.
Joe Biden nibbled on his wife's finger in a bizarre campaign stop moment
While Jill Biden's arm was outstretched, her husband leaned forward and bit down on the tip of her index finger for some reason.Jill Biden had been speaking to a crowd and using her hands to gesture, barely missing her husband's face at several points.
"You want to check my shape, man, let's do pushups together here, man," Biden told him. "Let's run. Let's do whatever you want to do. Let's take an IQ test. Ok?"
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"I'm not sedentary," Biden said, growing agitated.
When the man replied that he wouldn't be voting for Biden, the former Delaware senator replied: "Of course you're not; you're too old to vote for me!"
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Joe Biden denies he is mulling a one-term pledge if elected president .
Former Vice President Joe Biden denied a reported discussion within his campaign that he would only seek one term in office if elected president. The report cited anonymous advisers to Biden who said there have been internal conversations about recent signals from the 77-year-old former vice president would only seek one term if elected in 2020.