Published: Thu, March 26, 2020
Health Care | By Cedric Leonard

'We've had enough debates': Biden puts planned April event in doubt

'We've had enough debates': Biden puts planned April event in doubt

Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden misrepresented the approval rating for the president during a live video stream and was instantly fact-checked by a reporter.

But toward the end of the briefing, CNN correspondent Arlette Saenz asked Biden about the independent Vermont senator's campaign statement that "If there is a debate in April, he plans to be there". I haven't thought about any more debates.

Biden then immediately apologized, admitting "that's a stupid way to say that, but I really..." I think we've had enough debates. Last cycle, as the primary extended well into the spring, the final debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders was held on April 14, 2016. Democratic National Committee debate organizer Xochitl Hinojosa told AP, "We are taking things day by day".

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The two-term vice president and presumptive Democratic 2020 presidential nominee made the comments during a 30-minute press availability focused on the coronavirus pandemic's repercussions on young people, a demographic within his party he has so far failed to excite.

Biden, quite notably, became vice president of the United States under President Obama when he left the Senate in 2009. From a makeshift studio set up at his Wilmington, DE, home, the former vice president was guest on The View, Deadline: White House with Nicolle Wallace and The Lead with Jake Tapper.

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