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WATCH: Joe Biden almost issued his personal phone number on live TV during disastrous CNN interview

Biden personally reaching out?

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Joe Biden is having a hard time breaking through the coronavirus news cycle, and every time he goes on TV and starts speaking, it’s an unmitigated disaster.

From calling “Wuhan Virus” the “Luhan Virus” to having brain freeze after brain freeze, it’s gotten so bad that people are now calling it “elder abuse.” Biden’s new media roll-out has been beyond wonky.

Case in point: During a disastrous interview with CNN‘s Anderson Cooper, Joe Biden nearly gave out his personal phone number on national TV and then had a jumbled and confused attempt at recovery. You can watch the video below:

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The blank look on Anderson Cooper’s face says it all. Given the mounting stockpile of Biden gaffes, many people believe he will “step down” and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will step up and be the Democratic nominee. At this point, it would be a dignified move at least.

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