CNN's David Gregory Points out Major Biden Failure

  • 2019-07-08
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
CNN's David Gregory Points out Major Biden Failure
By Ken Lund (Flickr: CNN Center, Atlanta, Georgia) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons
Former "Meet the Press" host and current CNN reported David Gregory took a strong stance recently when he reminded viewers of Joe Biden's failures and the challenges he faces as the presidential race intensifies.

According to Fox News:

CNN political analyst David Gregory called out presidential candidate Joe Biden on "New Day" Monday for trying to coast into the presidency, and said Russian election meddling occurred under his watch.


"He looks out of touch. He looks older. He looks out of step with the times," he continued. "I don’t think there’s any good excuse for him not being ready for that first debate on these issues. Are you kidding? Kamala Harris previewed all this stuff -- she criticized him on this before. Now he says he was unprepared? That’s just really bad. And there’s a lot of good, strong, experienced people who know better, who are around him. But again, I think people know who he is."

Gregory, who previously covered the White House and moderated "Meet the Press" for NBC, said Biden will continue to face hurdles on his road to the nomination and accused him of shirking his responsibility as the former vice president, and not taking ownership of Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

"There’s going to be other tests down the line here," he said. "And the other piece of this, too, when he said ... the Russian interference, it didn’t happen on our watch -- when that's exactly whose watch it happened on -- it just shows, and I've seen this first hand -- when he gets into interviews and gets going, he can make lots of mistakes. And I think we may have just seen the beginning of it."

The Democrat battle for the nomination is just heating up and the fireworks that are going to occur will be newsworthy and fun to watch.

 Source: TTN

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