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Biden Points To Woman IN Crowd: ‘We Go Back A Long Way…She Was 12, I Was 30’

President Joe Biden pointed to a woman in a crowd on Friday, saying he met her when she was 12 and he was 30.

Biden was speaking in Washington, discussing the upcoming midterm elections.

“We have a real alternative here that this is not going to be an election without significant consequences,” Biden said, before discussing the need for gun safety in schools. “Friends, look, the survival of our planet is on the ballot. And that sounds like hyperbole, but it really is, well, I’ll tell you what, what we found out and everybody found out, there aren’t many total climate deniers anymore after seeing what happened this year. But guess what, we have a lot to do.”

“You have to say hello to me,” Biden said as he pointed to one person in the crowd, though it is unclear who exactly he was addressing. (RELATED: ‘Hell Of A Legacy’: Biden Struggles To Form A Sentence As He Promotes Chip Investing)

“We’ve come a long way,” Biden continued. “She was 12 and I was 30, but this woman helped me do a lot anyway.”

Biden returned to advising the so-called “MAGA Republicans” who, according to him, “control the Republican Party right now.”

Biden spoke about abortion and the nonexistent “constitutional right to choose” in the next part of his speech.


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