It appears Joe Biden isn’t taking to retirement very well. Gone are the days when he could grope our Defense Secretary’s wife (and anything else in a skirt) and the media would celebrate it.
America may be relishing Biden’s exit, but it seems the handsy old coot misses his former days of semi-relevance terribly.
In his latest desperate attempt to cling to the spotlight, he waxed wistful in a speech to Colgate University in New York on how the election could have gone had he chosen to throw his hat in the ring.
As Sarah Palin would say, “Oh say it ain’t so Joe, there you go again, looking backwards!”
From The Hill:
Former Vice President Joe Biden late Friday night voiced regret about his decision not to run for president, predicting if he had secured the Democratic nomination he could have won against Donald Trump.
“I had planned on running for president and although it would have been a very difficult primary, I think I could have won,” he said. “I don’t know, maybe not. But I thought I could have won.”
Citing his son Beau’s death as his reason for not choosing to pursue the presidency, he still went on to puff out his chest, boldly claiming that he was the most qualified.
“I had a lot of data and I was fairly confident that if I were the Democratic Party’s nominee, I had a better than even chance of being president,” Biden said.
Oh yes, because if there’s one thing we’ve learned from this past election, it’s that the polls are correct.
Why on earth does Biden believe he’s more qualified to be president than Trump? Standing behind Obama for eight years does not a president make.
Stay in your lane, groper-in-chief.
Source: The Hill