Joe Biden showed up in Iowa with John Kerry on the campaign trail. Kerry at some point made comments that Joe Biden was the person who can bring the world together.
That's funny because Biden sometimes confuses where he's at and has been making so many gaffes lately.
Everything from hairy legs, roaches, his awkward lap comments, and much more. But enough about Joe Biden gaffes, let's go back to what Kerry was talking about regarding Joe Biden saving the world.
As quoted by The Hill:
Question: "Mr. Vice President, how does it feel to have your friend with you?"
Joe Biden: "It feels great to have my friend with me, I can’t think of anybody I’d rather have."
John Kerry: "I’m thrilled to be back in Iowa. I love it."
And posted about an hour after that:
John Kerry: "Iowa, when you caucus in February, don't just send a message. Send us a president. Send us a man who can put the world back together. Send us Joe Biden."
Reuters posted this about the Biden and Kerry story:
Kerry, the Democratic presidential nominee in 2004, is the most significant endorsement for Biden so far in his quest for the party’s nomination to challenge Trump in the 2020 election. The two share a deep experience in global affairs, something Biden hopes will be an advantage against his Democratic rivals.
“Our whole world is at risk,” Kerry told a crowd in Cedar Rapids. “We need a president who has shown he can immediately heal a broken world.”
So is Joe Biden the one who can save the country and bring us back together?
No. He's not. He's too busy biting his wife's fingers and calling voters "fat" and a "liar" to be bringing people together.