Former Vice President Joe Biden's election trail gaffes are more than simple errors, but point to a deeper issue, Marc Lotter, the director of strategic communications for President Donald Trump's re-election campaign, claimed Friday.
"These are not gaffes," Lotter told Fox News' "America's Newsroom." "It is clearly a problem with Joe Biden, and it's causing a lot of Democrats to start to rethink their front-runner."
In the latest issue with Biden, the front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, the Washington Post reported he'd mixed the elements of three real events into a story that never happened when he told a New Hampshire audience about a Navy captain who refused a Silver Star because the soldier whose body he'd retrieved in Afghanistan had died.
"I mean, he gets about every detail wrong in a couple of minutes about this war story," Lotter said Friday. "He can’t remember who the prime minister of the United Kingdom is. He couldn’t remember what state he was in a couple of weeks ago. I mean, these are not gaffes. It is a problem with Joe Biden.”
Biden has said, in response to the criticism that he was making a point of how courageous the current generation of war heroes is, and about the "fallen angels" that have been lost, so he does not know what he said wrong.
"He is still the front-runner," Lotter said. "We have got to have an honest conversation here. He is struggling to get through these primaries right now...he is struggling now, just imagine what's going to happen next year."
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