Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Joe Biden Says This Was the Turning Point for Trump on Colbert

Joe Biden Says This Was the Turning Point for Trump on Colbert

Biden writes: "In January 2015 the president was convinced I could not beat Hillary, and he anxious that a long primary fight would split the party and leave the Democratic nominee vulnerable in the general election".

"I just think there's an attack on the system", Biden said.

"To not have an outright, flat condemnation of that... I thought the silence was deafening", he said.

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TONIGHT: @JoeBiden talks about the state of affairs in Washington, and whether Trump has changed the American presidency forever.

Biden has criticized Trump in recent weeks, saying he "does not understand governance" and did not take a strong stand against white supremacists after a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August.

When asked if he thought Trump's time in the Oval Office might influence future presidencies, Biden said "I think it will, God willing, go down as the single exception in American history". "I really mean it", Mr. Biden said to roaring applause on "The Late Show". "Right now I want to focus on the book and I want to focus on winning the off-year elections".

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Biden makes clear he would have run his presidential pitch around protecting the middle classes and believes he would have stood a better chance of defeating Trump.

The two have previously worked together on the "It's On Us" sexual assault prevention campaign launched in 2014 by Biden and former President Obama.

Hillary Clinton was unable to get her message out in 2016, Biden said, adding that he does not know if he would have beaten Donald Trump in the general election.

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"I'm not closing the door". He told NBC's "Today" show in an interview that he was not yet ready to enter a political contest. "I'm a great respecter of fate". "I don't have any idea", he added.

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