AWKWARD: Biden Tells Supporters in New Hampshire, ‘The Reports of Our Death Are Premature’


Photo credit: Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Epstein

The New Hampshire primary is just days away and Joe Biden was busy in Manchester reassuring supporters that the reports of his campaign’s death are premature after he got clobbered in Iowa.

Biden is lagging in New Hampshire too.

This is not a good sign (for him).

Biden told reporters he ‘wasn’t picking on Pete Buttigieg’ Friday night during the debate.

Jennifer Epstein: Asked if his turn on Buttigieg was an act of “desperation” akin to Hillary Clinton getting aggressive on Obama in ‘08, Biden says: “Oh, come on, man. This guy’s not a Barack Obama.”

 

Joe Biden went missing from New Hampshire on Thursday and spent the day at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, huddling with his closest advisors, trying to figure out a strategy moving forward after taking a “punch to the gut” in Iowa this week.


Biden came in 4th place in the Iowa caucuses and even with the Democrat establishment purposely delaying the results to shield him from the searing headlines, Biden’s camp is dying a slow death.

According to various reports, Joe Biden and his advisors were discussing shifts in management and personnel to help save his ailing campaign.

So Biden decided a winning strategy would be to elevate Anita Dunn, a radical leftist who previously praised mass murderer Mao Tse Tung as one of her “favorite political philosophers”, to a leadership role in his campaign.

It doesn’t seem to be working because according to a New Hampshire tracking poll, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are neck-and-neck in the Granite State and Biden is once again in last place behind Warren.

Come on, man!

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