Jill Biden spoke with Jake Tapper in an interview that aired during CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday and dodged a potential question regarding her husband’s gaffes, declaring “you cannot even go there.”
“Your husband has been known to make the occasional gaffe,” Tapper said, referring to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
“You cannot even go there. After Donald Trump, you cannot even say the word ‘gaffe,'” Jill Biden interjected.
“I can’t even say the word gaffe?” Tapper asked.
“Nope. Done, it’s gone,” Jill Biden said, defending her husband.
“The gaffe issue is over because…”, Tapper responded, which prompted Jill Biden to say, “Over. So over.” Video Below
Jill Biden on Joe Biden’s gaffes:
CNN’s @jaketapper to Jill Biden: “Your husband has been known to make the occasional gaffe…”
Biden: “You can’t even go there. After Donald Trump you cannot even say the word gaffe.” #CNNSOTU pic.twitter.com/bBInkVhm6L
— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) September 27, 2020
In June, Jill Biden claimed that “a lot of Republicans are going to vote for Joe” during an interview on ABC’s “The View”.
“From what I’ve seen, a lot of Republicans are going to vote for Joe. … I think, you know, of course, Trump has his supporters. But I think a lot of his supporters have become disillusioned, especially in the way he’s handled this pandemic,” Jill Biden claimed.
Jill Biden: "From what I’ve seen, a lot of Republicans are going to vote for Joe. … I think a lot of his supporters have become disillusioned."pic.twitter.com/r19H974qUF
— Lindsey Michelle🇺🇸 Ⓜ️🅰️G🅰️ (@PoliticalLinz) June 30, 2020