WaPo opinion writer tells ‘how to think about’ Biden’s gaffes and put them into context

WaPo opinion writer tells ‘how to think about’ Biden’s gaffes and put them into context
Joe Biden and his ghost (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – The spin is on.]

On Friday, Joe Biden ended an interview with “The Breakfast Club” by saying “you got more questions, but I’ll tell you if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” The Biden campaign attempted to spin the comment (with help from the media of course) before Joe ended up apologizing.

Washington Post opinion writer Paul Waldman writes that Biden’s comment “made his allies cringe and gave his opponents the opportunity for fake outrage.” But fortunately, nobody is expected to have to think for themselves when it comes to this issue:

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What would people do without The Great Explainers in media and their dizzying spin?

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