“Sometimes paranoia is justified, you know?” -Joe Biden

Joe Biden is full of gaffes in his interview with the Atlantic…Hillary must be furious at Crazy Uncle Joe! He gives her a back-handed compliment, saying he is “more optimistic about her chances, in large part because of him (Trump).” You just want to pummel Biden when he states that Clinton has “been through so much”. Really? Yes, being a huge grifter is a hard job…

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Vice President Joseph R. Biden said he’s advised Hillary Clinton to “show your soul a little more” to voters, and he believes too many Democratic leaders don’t understand the middle class anymore.
In an interview with the Atlantic published Friday, the vice president said Mrs. Clinton is understandably fearful of revealing too much of herself to the public after enduring years of partisan battles.
“She says she’s no Bill Clinton, she’s not a natural — and sometimes paranoia is justified, you know?” Mr. Biden said. “She has been so battered for so long.”
The Democratic nominee is being criticized for not holding a press conference in 265 days, amid scrutiny of what the FBI director has called her “careless” handling of classified emails on a private server while she was secretary of State.
Mr. Biden, who considered challenging Mrs. Clinton for the Democratic nomination, said he urges her to show more of her personality on the campaign trail.
“My advice to Hillary [is] to open up, to show your soul a little more, show your vulnerability,” the vice president said. “I could understand why, given her experiences, after 40 years of what she’s been through, that’s a hard thing to do.”

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