REPORT: DNC members warn Biden: ‘You should not be known as a gaffe machine’

AUGUST 13, 2019

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Joe Biden’s gaffes are starting to grate on some Democratic insiders, who fear they’ll become easy fodder for President Trump to lob against the former vice president should he claim the party’s presidential nomination.

Concerns over the 76-year-old former vice president’s performance on the campaign trail recently began trickling down to members of the Democratic National Committee, many of whom are headed to San Francisco next week to hear from White House hopefuls at the body’s annual summer meeting.

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North Carolina committeeman John Verdejo told the Washington Examiner that while he doesn’t find Biden’s verbal missteps offensive, he warned the vice president it doesn’t bode well for the coming primary fight against a crowded 2020 field and a potential general election battle against Trump.

“With all due respect Mr. Vice President, you should not be known as a gaffe machine,” the treasurer of the DNC’s Southern Caucus said. “If that’s one of the things that you’re going to run on, ‘Oh, that’s Uncle Joe AKA gaffe machine but he’s a great guy,’ that itself is a problem because there are 200 other candidates who are working just as hard as you, but they don’t make gaffes like you do.”

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