Biden contradicts Obama’s “you didn’t build that” statement in new ad
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Biden contradicts Obama’s “you didn’t build that” statement in new ad

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The most recent Biden for President ad where the former vice president is depicted as a fast-moving politician that Americans will “have to keep up” with, if and when he wins the presidency, takes shots at President Trump but also could have taken a subtle swipe at himself and President Barack Obama. Biden appears to contradict Obama.

We are fairly sure that the campaign did not purposely shoot itself in the foot and slight President Obama when it’s video stated the following:

“No one has to tell him Wall Street didn’t build this country. He knows who did.”

An image of Biden standing arm and arm with two American workers is used just as the narrator says “he knows who did,” enforcing the point that everyday Americans build small businesses, the driving force that employs the most Americans

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The statement brings back memories of the infamous “you didn’t build that” remark that then-President Barack Obama made during a 2012 campaign event.

“If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.-President Barack Obama 

 With polls showing that Trump has gained ground on him, Biden has come out from his basement and on to the campaign trail. Biden is also dawning a new look – tan, haired dyed yellow, and styled differently.

You can find the statement at:25.

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