Biden allies suggest less events to help prevent all the gaffes

In the light of the recent gaffes of Joe Biden during his campaign, some of his allies suggest limiting his public speeches and appearances or at least rescheduling them.

Biden's advisers observe one pattern – he tends to commit more verbal flubs in late hours. They suggest that this could be due to Biden's advanced age, almost 77, and generally speaking, a troublesome lifestyle of a politician that is leading his campaign and is always on the road.


Some of his allies are already worried that Biden is actually not doing as many events as his Democratic rivals. So any further limiting of his speeches could be catastrophic for his campaign. “A lot of people are nervous that he’s lost some of his mojo,” said one of the biggest Democratic donors.

But as for now, Joe Biden is still a favorite for a Democratic nomination.

And while he indeed "loves" to make gaffes, some other observers say that this could be actually helpful to warm up his image among the voters. “Joe Biden has spoken his mind his entire life, which voters know and love about him,” stated Kate Bedingfield, his deputy campaign manager. She also added that Biden "is authentic" and a "real person", "and that will never change."


The most famous and funniest gaffes that Biden made in the last weeks? “Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids,” he said that in Iowa in August. "We choose truth over facts,” he also said in Iowa.

Biden's Republican rival, President Donald Trump, couldn't miss such opportunities to criticize him.

“Does anybody really believe he is mentally fit to be president?” rhetorically asked Trump in one of his tweets. “We are ‘playing’ in a very big and complicated world. Joe doesn’t have a clue,” concluded Trump.

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