Joe Biden is wishing that he would have stayed in hiding.

Biden has had one disastrous dumpster fire after another since he emerged from hibernation to do a media blitz and deliver a Coronavirus “response” address from a podium in his living room (strange look).

One of the worst moments occurred on MSNBC during an interview with Nicolle Wallace. Biden looked so sad and lost, many people are calling it “elder abuse.”

You can watch that (viral) video below:

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Sadly for Biden, things keep careening downhill.

In another recent interview, this one on PBS, Biden was caught off guard when he discovered on live TV that President Trump’s approval ratings with Gallup are soaring.

Here’s how the awkward exchange went down:

BIDEN: “The president’s numbers with the public have gone up in handling this crisis, but they haven’t gone up in terms of his presidency.”

*awkward silence*

REPORTER: Actually, his job approval is also up.

BIDEN: “Well, I hope that he’s so strong that he’s up way above that.”

You can watch the video below:

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This is not even “funny” anymore. It’s just plain sad at this point.

You have to wonder about his wife and why she would allow this to go on. I would never want my family to allow me to go through this and look this way. It’s just cruel.

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on March 25, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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