The former Vice President is now tweeting his thoughts on Hillary Clinton, tweeting about his thoughts of the former secretary of state’s speech to the UN General Assembly, and also discussing the new WikiLeaks emails.
Biden said the former Democratic presidential candidate was “unprepared” for the speech and that the former president was “very aggressive” in attacking her.
“You have the most experienced person on the planet on the stage in a way that the average American voter probably can’t imagine,” Biden said.
“That’s the way I like to look at it.
That’s the only way I can think of.”
He said he was “shocked” to see Clinton’s speech “really blunt,” as well as her use of “deceptive rhetoric” that she says has been debunked by experts.
“The tone of her speech was very blunt, very unprofessional,” Biden continued.
“And I think it really set the tone for the rest of her campaign.”
“That doesn’t mean it’s not a speech.
It’s not the only speech,” Biden added.
“But it’s the most important speech of the 20th century, period.
And it sets the tone.
She’s not going to go anywhere with it.”
Biden added that he believes Clinton will “do well” in November.
“I’m very confident about the polls, which is why I am going to stay on the campaign,” Biden told ABC News.
“I think Hillary will do well.
She has a solid chance to win.
She does have the experience.”
Biden also tweeted about the WikiLeaks release of the email from the Democratic National Committee, which revealed DNC staff was coordinating the strategy to help Clinton in the race.
“As the email shows, the DNC was actively involved in coordinating the Clinton campaign to help her win,” Biden tweeted.
“This email shows this same pattern.
A DNC staffer actively coordinating with Hillary Clinton.”