Pence Jabs Biden for Saying “I’m the Vice President” During Dem Debate

During the 3rd DNC Debate, Biden delivered yet another gaffe, answering a question for Jorge Ramos by saying “I’m the President of the United States.”


Mike Pence ribbed Biden during a GOP retreat in Baltimore, declaring “Let me be clear, I am the vice president of the United States of America.”

USAToday reports Vice President Mike Pence took a jab at Joe Biden on Friday by correcting a statement his predecessor made in the prior night’s Democratic debate.

During a testy back and forth between ABC News moderator Jorge Ramos and Biden on Barack Obama’s deportation record, Ramos asked the former vice president, “Did you make a mistake with those deportations?”

Biden responded that Obama “did the best thing that was able to be done,” prompting a response Ramos asking, “How about you?”

“I’m the vice president of the United States,” Biden stated.

Addressing House Republicans in Baltimore at the GOP retreat, Pence took that declaration head-on.

“Before I lost interest, I was trying to keep track of what was going on,” Pence said. But not before he heard Biden’s response.

“I heard my predecessor said that, he was answering a question about his years in the White House and he said ‘I’m the vice president of the United States,’” he recalled.

“So let me be clear, I am the vice president of the United States,” Pence continued, prompting an enthusiastic response from the crowd.

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