Washington CNN Former Vice President Joe Biden closed his Democratic presidential debate performance Wednesday night by telling viewers to "go to Joe ," apparently mixing up a phone number for supporters to text with a website not affiliated with his campaign. CNN's Veronica Stracqualursi contributed to this report. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos
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Joe Biden either thinks he's going to be alive in or he has no idea what his own website is Biden, the current frontrunner in the Democratic race, had already come under fire from all sides of the debate stage, with Cory Booker taking him to task over his record on criminal justice in one of the most tense confrontations of the evening. Some are from shithole countries and some are from working countries. Think that was supposed to be text Joe to , JoeBiden. DemDebate2 DemDebate. MysterySolved pic. This was confirmed by the Biden campaign, which tweeted what the former vice-president should have said in big letters soon after the debate finished:. I just got off the stage where I shared my bold vision for our future built on uniting our country.
At the end of last night's Democratic presidential debate , most candidates told voters to visit their websites. Joe Biden told people to go somewhere else: Joe That is not a place, nor is it a full website name. So, some viewers were left guessing what the former vice president meant. Perhaps listening to all the other candidates say "go to" their websites tripped Biden up. When it was his turn to deliver his closing statement, he parroted the "go to" and botched his message. Biden later acknowledged his mistake. It was text, so you know, I would have changed that. But you guys have printed it 15 times and it's getting great results for us now.