Biden’s Comments on Obama
- In 2010, then-Vice President Joe Biden, using his uncovered fake email address ([email protected]), commented on then-President Barack Obama by mentioning he had ‘no grace.’
- This remark followed a claim by Biden’s son, Hunter, that Obama had copied language from Joe Biden’s speeches, specifically referencing the impact of job loss on families.
- Joe Biden responded to his son’s assertion by agreeing with him, seemingly validating Hunter’s observation.
Hunter Biden: ‘Interesting language from the President: ‘They (his grandparent) would tell me about seeing their fathers or uncles losing their jobs…how it wasn’t just a loss of a paycheck that stung. It was the blow to their dignity, their sense of self worth.’
‘Wonder where he got that from?’ Adding, ‘Im surprised he didn’t finish with the long walk up a short flight of stairs. Pretty amazing.’
Joe Biden: ‘No grace.’
Revelations from Hunter Biden’s Laptop
- The aforementioned email exchange was disclosed as part of the contents from Hunter Biden’s laptop, which had been abandoned.
- The email was dated September 7, 2010.
Background on Biden’s Plagiarism Allegations
- Hunter Biden’s assertion brings attention because Joe Biden’s first presidential run in 1988 ended amidst plagiarism allegations.
- Joe Biden was also accused of plagiarizing a paper in his first year at Syracuse University College of Law.
- Throughout the 2008 campaign, Joe Biden frequently emphasized the emotional and social repercussions of job losses in families.