Joe Biden accuses Rudy Giuliani of being a Russian pawn

Joe Biden accuses Rudy Giuliani of being a Russian pawn
Former Vice president Joe appeared to mess up the numbers live on TV Credit - Twitter

JOE Biden has launched an attack on Rudy Giuliani accusing him of being a Russian pawn orchestrating a ‘smear campaign’ against him, stemming from the discovery of his son Hunter’s laptop.

In an interview for Sunday night’s episode of 60 Minutes, Sunday, October 25, the 77-year-old detailed his plans for the Supreme Court, after weeks of dodging the question.


He laughed off questions about his mental capacity, even as he muddled some of the data regarding his economic plan for schools and then he insisted, it was Donald Trump, not him, who was losing his grip on reality.

‘The way he’s handling COVID is just absolutely totally irresponsible,’ said Biden.

‘He’s telling people that we’ve turned the bend, in one of his recent rallies.

‘Well, he’s gone – as my grandpop would say he’s gone round the bend. I mean, we are in real trouble.’

Biden spoke out about his son Hunter’s laptop, on which emails have been found detailing plans for business ventures involving China and Ukraine.

Biden said he believed that Giuliani, Trump’s lawyer, who has touted the laptop around various media outlets seeking publicity, was being used by Russia.

‘From what I’ve read and know the intelligence community warned the president that Giuliani was being fed disinformation from the Russians,’ Biden said.

‘And we also know that Putin is trying very hard to spread disinformation about Joe Biden.

‘And so when you put the combination of Russia, Giuliani, the president, together – it’s just what it is.

‘It’s a smear campaign because he has nothing he wants to talk about. What is he running on? What is he running on?’

And the former vice president also managed to get his data on public schools wrong.

‘I can send every single qualified person to a four-year college in their state for $150 billion,’ he said.

The program said that Biden’s advisers later told them he misspoke and meant to say double that.



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