Biden, when he misspeaks, owns up to his gaffes

Presidential candidate Joe Biden, former vice president, has, on occasion misspoken, but you cannot say that he goes on as if it hadn’t happened.

Joe will easily admit his error, whereas President Trump has been found to have told hundreds of falsehoods with no admission or correction even though it is obvious to anyone who is paying attention that he has said something or claimed something that is untrue over 1,000 times since 2016. Fact check.

Jacqueline Robison

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