Is it our imagination or did Obama’s spokesman talk a lot about Joe Biden announcing his 2020 run without really saying anything?
Take a look.
Obama spokesperson on the former VP, now a candidate for President: pic.twitter.com/53XHAnUZ8h
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) April 25, 2019
Really, Obama, that’s it?
Selecting Joe was one of his best decisions … they have a special bond and remain close. Alrighty. But what does he think about Creepy Uncle Joe running for president?
He was a great pick 11 years ago? Not exactly a resounding endorsement.
— Marc Hurel (@marchurel) April 25, 2019
Eleven years ago we went to this one restaurant and they had pretty good breadsticks.
Eleven years ago we visited this one hotel and they had a decent breakfast buffet.
It’s not like they said anything really bad, it’s just that they didn’t really say anything all that good. In fact, they didn’t say much of anything.
If all of that is true, @BarackObama should endorse him now.
— Bart Bonney ?? (@RockinHB) April 25, 2019
That’s because Obama had no experience or clout at all in the national political arena. Needed his familiar face and experience, no matter how suspect.
— Marcus Holliday (@mholliday92) April 25, 2019
A ringing endorsement, indeed!!
— T. S. (@MotownSmackDown) April 25, 2019
HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Wow! So Obama is not going to endorse him huh? That’s cold.
— FranticHamster28 (@FHamster28) April 25, 2019
— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) April 25, 2019
Biden: Thanks for the statement, but you're going to endorse me right?
Obama: New phone, who dis?
— Saeed Jones (@theferocity) April 25, 2019
First the Justice Democrats and now even his old boss.
Tough crowd, Joe.