Joe Biden: America Cannot Take 'Eight More Years of Trump'
'Eight more years of Trump will change America in a fundamental way'
During Wednesday night's latest Democratic Debate, confused 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden boldly declared that America cannot take "eight more years of Trump" as president of the United States.
Former Vice President Biden, who was widely mocked for his stumbling performance, accidentally doubled the time President Donald Trump can remain in the White House
During his closing remarks, in what appeared to be a pre-prepared statement, Biden urged Americans to vote the president out of office, saying, “This most consequential election anyone of you has ever participated in.
“Four more years of Donald Trump will go down as an aberration," the ex-VP warned viewers across the nation.
"Hard to overcome the damage he’s done. We can overcome it.”
“Eight more years of Trump will change America in a fundamental way - the America we know will no longer exist,” the Biden continued.
Biden urged Americans to choose "science over fiction," saying that while everyone knows who Donald Trump is, “we have to let him know who we are.”
“We choose unity over division.
"And we choose the idea that we can, as Americans, when we act together, do anything.
"This is the United States of America. We have acted together.
"We have never, never, NEVER been unable to overcome whatever the problem was."
Joe Biden's performance was met with widespread ridicule, as critics panned him for appearing "dazed and confused" throughout the live debate.
Biden lit the twitter world on fire overnight with a whacky sign off at Wednesday’s Democratic Debate in Detroit.
Biden told the audience and folks watching at home; “If you agree with me, go to Joe 30330 and help me in this fight. Thank you very much.”
Within minutes, "Joe 30330" was trending on Twitter.
"Go to Joe 30330." Biden offered a number to text while other candidates gave out URLs https://t.co/kCHKb47A5V pic.twitter.com/EZY0bTWXCc— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) August 1, 2019
Biden's team quickly jumped into action with a tweet that cleared things up.
Apparently, the elderly Democrat meant for supporters to TEXT the number 30330.
And while everyone knows it was late in the evening that didn't stop the Twitterverse from having a field day at Biden's expense.
When Joe Biden tells you to go to 30330 #DemDebate2 pic.twitter.com/ZRHUgbCHMi— Katie Toth (@kat_toth) August 1, 2019
“Joe 30330” was like trying to teach a grandparent how to use social media come to life— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 1, 2019
It was just one of a series of oddities coming from BIden who also referred to his opponent Senator Cory Booker as "president" and "the future president."
Crazy Uncle Joe Biden endorsed Corey Booker for President at the #DemDebate2 🤡 pic.twitter.com/ea8M7xOdtL— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) August 1, 2019
Booker's campaign chief quickly jumped on that "endorsement".
VP Biden summed up this debate quite well:— Addisu Demissie (@ASDem) August 1, 2019
Future President @CoryBooker.
Chip in and be a part of this campaign!
(No @koolaid included.)https://t.co/sQpDkSXSwA
Gaffes aside, Biden spent most of the night under attack on his role in the Obama administration's policies on immigration and healthcare.
Booker went so far as to accuse Biden of using former President Barack Obama when it was convenient for him but dodged him when it's not.
Just a day earlier, President Trump predicted Biden would “limp” out of a crowded Democratic field to square off against him in 2020.
“I think right now it will be ‘Sleepy Joe,'” Trump told reporters, using his blistering nickname for the 76-year old frontrunner.
Trump is watching the Democratic debate tonight.— Bloomberg TicToc (@tictoc) July 30, 2019
As for his nominee prediction, Trump said, "I think right now it will be sleepy Joe" pic.twitter.com/xsbwhg0onQ
In April, Trump tweeted a prediction that he would face either Biden or “Crazy Bernie Sanders” in 2020.