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Ari Fleischer: Hillary's Ho-Hum Polling is 'Catnip' to Joe Biden

 

By    |   Wednesday, 14 Oct 2015 05:00 PM

Hillary Clinton's positive performance in the Democratic presidential debate will have no bearing on Joe Biden's decision on whether to run, says Ari Fleischer, who served as White House spokesman for George W. Bush.

And he says the former secretary of state's poor showing against Republicans in polls conducted in presidential battleground states is "catnip" to the vice president.

"This debate will have no consequences for Joe Biden despite people saying that Hillary did well, and I think she did," Fleischer, president of Fleischer Sports, said Wednesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"Biden is on a totally separate plane. If he decides that he can win and he's got the energy to do it, he's getting in regardless of last night. I still think the biggest factor … for Joe Biden is personal."

"Then when he looks at these polls which have got to be catnip to him, showing that Hillary is losing Iowa, losing battleground states to Donald Trump, Ben Carson, [Sen.] Marco Rubio ... That's the catnip that will make him jump off the shelf and get in."

A recent Quinnipiac University poll found that if the election were held today and Dr. Ben Carson was the GOP nominee, he'd trounce Clinton, Biden, and Sen. Bernie Sanders in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

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