Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden stumbled on his words again, twice, while campaigning this weekend with less than 100 hours to go until the Nov. 3 election.
Speaking during a drive-in rally in Michigan on Saturday, Biden told voters about how President Trump would destroy the Affordable Care Act, the decade-old health care law, and take away coverage from people with pre-existing conditions.
“We’re also going to act to protect health care,” he said. “Trump and the Republicans just jammed through a Supreme Court nominee for one overwhelming reason, as Barack said, the president said, they have been trying with over 50 shots to take out Obamacare, to destroy the Affordable Care Act,” he began.
But the former vice president, who has spoken openly about suffering from a stutter, which he’s struggled with since childhood, then tripped over the word “health care” in his next sentence.
“Donald Trump thinks health care is a privilege, Barack and I think it’s a right to have badakathcare,” he appeared to say. Read more…