Biden boasts of having ‘more experience than anyone who has ever run for office’ | wayne dupree

In an interview with MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle on Friday, President Joe Biden defended his choice to run for re-election despite his advanced age and said he “knows[s] more than the vast majority of people.”

After Biden praised Kamala Harris, the vice president, and said she didn’t “get the credit she deserves,” Ruhle responded, saying, “Critics would say you ‘raise because they think you wouldn’t serve a full term, and it’s fair to say that there isn’t a Fortune 500 company in the world looking to hire an octogenarian CEO.’

She asked, “So why would an 82-year-old Joe Biden be the right person for the most important job in the world?” Because I am much wiser and better informed than the vast majority of people, Biden said.

He said: ‘I think I’ve proven myself to be honorable and efficient’ and claimed to have ‘more experience than anyone has ever stood for office’.

If re-elected, Biden, who is currently 80, would begin his second term as president at age 82. He is already the oldest president of the United States.

Ruhle pointed out earlier in the discussion that Biden had “10 times” mentioned Vice President Harris in his first re-election video last month.

She continued, “When Obama was in that position, he didn’t mention you, sir,” to which Biden replied that, although they had “become really good friends” during the Obama administration- Biden, “we just had a slightly different style of how we do things.”

Biden also referenced House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in the interview, describing him as “an honest man” who “sold everything out” to the “extreme, extreme right.”

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