Biden Grabs Student By Arm Over Gender Question: 'Don't Play Games With Me, Kid'
Former Vice President was approached by a field staffer for Turning Point USA
It's not been a good week for 2020 hopeful Joe Biden, who was caught up in an incident where he vented his frustration toward an Iowa college student after she asked him a question about gender.
The former Vice President was approached by a field staffer for Turning Point USA, who asked him, "How many genders are there?"
"Pardon me?" Biden replied before he was asked the question again.
"There are at least three," he responded.
The student then asked him, "What are they?"
Seemingly frustrated, Biden quipped "Don't play games with me kid," before reaching out and physically grabbing her arm and saying, "By the way, the first to come out for marriage was me."
Obviously, that was supporting the legalization of gay marriage.
But Biden maybe should have refrained from touching the student, as this only adds to his vast back catalog of inappropriate groping, something which he has been trying to shake off since he announced his 2020 run.
My team just forwarded this video to me— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 9, 2019
Watch former Vice President Biden forcefully grab one of our young field staffers at yesterday’s Iowa State Fair after she asked him how many genders there are pic.twitter.com/1qmpJxJlzO
Presdient Donald Trump on Friday took aim at both Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) following their performances on the debates on Thursday night. READ MORE: https://t.co/YWYGSSiefw— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) June 28, 2019
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On Thursday, Biden fumbled his way through another embarrassing gaffe during a speech about racial inequality.
The former vice president declared that "poor kids are just as bright and talented as white kids."
Biden then realized his error and attempted to salvage the statement by throwing out some extra words onto the end of his remarks, after a short pause, saying; "...and wealthy kids. Black kids. Asian kids..."
Biden made the blunder while speaking at the Asian and Latino Coalition event in Des Moines, Iowa.
President Donald Trump campaign responded to the comments, saying they are "part of a pattern" from Biden.