Biden was speaking to George Lopez in widely shared video
Yes, Biden did say “George,” which some social media users concluded was a reference to former President George W. Bush. Biden and his wife, Jill, were being interviewed by actor and comedian George Lopez during the virtual “I Will Vote” concert Sunday. The full video, which Biden tweeted, shows the former vice president was being interviewed by actor George Lopez as part of a virtual concert being held in support of the Democratic candidate by the Biden Victory Fund. “WATCH: Joe Biden confuses President Trump with George Bush,” the Trump War Room, one of the official Trump campaign Twitter accounts, tweeted Sunday night. “Joe Biden called me George yesterday,” he said.
Biden courts Latino voters in 1st trip to Florida as nominee
“More than any other time, the Hispanic community, Latino community holds in the palm of their hand the destiny of this country,” Biden said Tuesday during a Hispanic Heritage Month kickoff event in Kissimmee. “You can decide the direction of this country.”A win for Biden in Florida would dramatically narrow Trump’s path to reelection. But in a state where elections are often decided by a percentage point, there are mounting concerns that Biden may be slipping, particularly with the state’s influential Latino voters. An NBC-Marist poll released last week found Latinos in the state about evenly divided between Biden and Trump. “Donald Trump has failed the Hispanic community time and time again, and that's not a secret,” Biden said.
Meghan McCain Explains Walking Off The View Set, Says Pamela Anderson Used Her for Fame
On Tuesdays Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, McCain opened up about two recent sparing matches with guests Ana Navarro and Pamela Anderson. The booing and the heckling is a lot every day, and Im paid at The View, Im paid to give a different view. I think thats why people like the show. I always say were like the only show that [talks] about J.Lo and A-Rod and North Korea in the same show, and I think thats important." RELATED CONTENT:Meghan McCain Walks off 'The View' Set After Tense Ana Navarro ArgumentMeghan McCain Says Felicity Huffman 'Deserves to Go to Jail' Over College Admissions ScandalMeghan McCain and Pamela Anderson Feud Over Politics on 'The View'
Meghan McCain Walks off 'The View' Set After Tense Ana Navarro Argument
When the possibility of a presidential impeachment came up, Meghan McCain began comparing this whistleblower to Julian Assange's WikiLeaks scandal. The conversation continued for a bit before Ana Navarro took McCain's side telling her, "I'm with you. As Behar, Navarro and Abby Huntsman jumped into the discussion, McCain yelled, "Excuse me! "I don't know what you just said," McCain, who had continued to speak when Navarro began talking, said. "You know what, that's so rude, Ana," McCain said as Behar led the show to a commercial break.