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Biden Said He Had 3 Degrees & Was Top of His Class, But It's Not True - 'His Memory Had Failed Him'

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Mistake after mistake after mistake. Even if the guy catches himself right away (which isn’t too often), Joe Biden always manages to say silly things that shouldn’t be said.

32 years ago, for example, the media actually called Joe out for lying about his academic record. He said he had three degrees and finished at the top of his class in law school.

He lied.

From Fox News:

A video of former Vice President Joe Biden speaking about his academic record — and news reports refuting claims he made at the time — when he was running for president in 1987 is circulating social media thanks to supporters of President Trump.

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The clip shows the now-presumptive Democratic presidential nominee making various claims about his college and law school achievements.

Towards the end of the clip below, you can hear news anchor Sam Donaldson say of Biden, “his memory had failed him.”


Pretty bad, right?

On Wednesday, Joe said he campaigned for Democrats “in 1918.”


At this point, it is getting difficult to come up with new ways to describe Joe.

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Everybody knows that he is gaffe-prone. Everybody knows he is a career politician who has been accused of inappropriate behavior around women.

The fact that some people are willing to overlook all his flaws simply because they hate Trump might just be the most shocking aspect.


Biden thinks Trump is going to do something a liberal president would probably do.


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John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected]