Priebus: I Was Embarrassed for Biden

Thursday, 11 Oct 2012 11:12 PM

By Martin Gould

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Joe Biden interrupted Paul Ryan 82 times during their 90-minute debate, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus claimed immediately after the debate ended.

Priebus told CNN, “I was embarrassed for the vice president, I mean the laughs… I don’t know who his debate partner was, maybe it was Ed Schultz from MSNBC,” he said referring to the liberal television network’s combative host.

Priebus said it was clear that Biden had lost the debate despite having “boatloads of experience,”

“He didn’t use the experience that he had to be respectful and clear and state your point and wait for your opponent” said Priebus, who said it was a “great night” for Republicans.

“The fact of the matter is that when it came to substance he didn’t win and when it came to style Biden completely failed.”

“The momentum stayed on our side tonight and that’s what we wanted out of tonight, but they also got to see what Joe Biden and Barack Obama are all about, and people didn’t like what they saw.”





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