Joe Biden thought he was in Vermont when he was in New Hampshire today.
The Democrat front runner was speaking to reporters during a stop in Keene, New Hampshire, when one asked, “What’s your impression of Keene?”
Biden talks w/press in Keene, NH: "I love this place. Look, what’s not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it? And what a neat town…everybody has been really friendly. I like Keene a lot." pic.twitter.com/0hKsgiDfwM
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“I’ve been here a number of times, last time was, I think, uh, all the way back in 2014, but I’ve been here before that.
“I love this place,” he continued. “Look, what’s not to like about Vermont, in terms of the beauty of it?” he asked.
“What a neat town … I like Keene a lot,” he said.
Biden didn’t correct himself.
During an event in New Hampshire on Friday, he bungled reading the teleprompter.
In the prepared speech, he touted his healthcare plan, but woefully flubbed his lines.
“If you’re not satisfied, we have another option— high quality options— the public option will be available in my plan.
“We’ll make sure it’s not quality, we’ll make sure it’s only affordable,” he read off the teleprompter, “quality that’s affordable,” he continued.
In another point in the speech, he mistakenly said “working class people” would see their premiums go up under his plan, only to correct his error and say he will “increase the generosity of the premium tax credit they now get.”