In addition to his many recent verbal flubs, team Biden has made an embarrassing technical flub.
Many potential donors were probably shocked to receive an email from the former Vice President asking if he made them proud at the debate a good 6 hours before it began.
In September, Biden gave out a website url that does not exist.
“If you agree with me, go to Joe three o, three three o and help me in this fight.”
Politico reports former Vice President Joe Biden’s staff got a little trigger happy on Wednesday, prematurely sending out a fundraising email asking for feedback on his performance in the night’s debate, asking in the subject line: “Did I make you proud?”
The email went out around 3 p.m., a good six hours before the debate is set to kick off and at least eight hours before it’s expected to end.
“I’m leaving the fifth Democratic debate now,” the fundraising plea begins. “I hope I made you proud out there, and I hope I made it clear to the world why our campaign is so important.”
Biden’s debate performances thus far have not been pivotal moments for him, and the only points at which other candidates have overtaken him came in the months since primary debates began. But Wednesday’s contest will be one of the first debates since Biden has lost his clear frontrunner status, and could allow him some breathing room as his other rivals face the glare of the spotlight.
The email appears to preview an attack line Biden will use against Sen. Elizabeth Warren: “We need more than plans,” the plea declares, a clear shot at one of the vice president’s chief rivals and her trove of policy plans.
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