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Biden multiplies the lapses before a crucial vote in the Democratic primary

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The candidate to the White House, Joe Biden, doubled the blunders in the names of Chinese officials and made a mistake in the position he is running, fueling doubts about his mental health during a crucial week to win the nomination for the Democratic Party.

“My name is Joe Biden and I am the Democratic nominee to the US Senate,” 77-year-old former Vice President Barack Obama said in a speech as part of his campaign in South Carolina.

Biden was a senator for more than 35 years between 1973 and 2009.

The taping took place on Tuesday, which raised the irony, especially that on the same day, in the same speech, he called on the voters to vote for him or “for the other Biden.”

Also Monday, in a speech in South Carolina, Biden boasted of his efforts as Vice President Obama to persuade China, which was led by Shi Jinping, to join the Paris Climate Agreement at the end of 2015.

However, he spoke of Deng Xiaoping, who died more than two decades ago and left power in 1992.

He declared, “I was the one who defended the idea of ​​China joining the agreement in the event that pressure was exerted on it after the meeting with Deng Xiaoping.”

Biden has been the favorite in the opinion polls so far, but his popularity has fallen a lot to the second place, and his big bet on Saturday in the fourth vote in the Democratic primary in South Carolina.

He hopes to win this vote to compensate for the first two bad results in Iowa and New Hampshire and to strengthen his position for next year’s entitlement next Tuesday when 14 states will vote, after finishing second in Nevada at the end of last week.

On Tuesday evening, during the democratic debate, she will send Biden arrows about these errors and mistakes.

Originally, questions were raised by supporters of his opponents and Republican President Donald Trump.

Although Biden is known for his lapses a long time ago, it is more worry today for a candidate who is close to eighty years and is running for the highest position in the United States.

“It is sad,” said Sean King, a famous civil and personal rights advocate on Twitter, supporting Bernie Sanders, the favorite to win the democratic elections.

“I really wish he had retired and would not have had the hardship of campaigning,” he added.

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