Buttigieg critiques Biden's 'judgment' on Iraq War vote

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The Real Clear aggregate also puts Biden in third in New Hampshire, the first primary to follow Iowa. When asked at that time if he would challenge a subpoena in court if he felt he didn't have relevant facts to bring to the investigation, Biden replied, "I don't think that's going to happen to begin with".

"At this point, I see no reason he can not continue campaigning without limitation and, should he be elected, I am confident he has the mental and physical stamina to fully undertake the rigours of the U.S. presidential residency", Dr LeWinter said.

Democratic presidential hopeful and former U.S. vice president Joe Biden told unemployed miners, particularly those in the coal sector, to learn to code so that they can access the jobs of the future. "Anybody who can throw coal into a furnace can learn how to program, for God's sake!"

Responding to comments made a day earlier by former Vice President Joe Biden who mused about a having a bipartisan ticket at a town hall in New Hampshire on Monday, Sanders told Fox News in Iowa: "I think it is fair to say that I will not have a Republican as a vice president on my ticket, as a vice presidential candidate". Congressional candidate Brianna Wu tweeted that she was "glad to see the recognition that you don't need to be in your 20s to do this as a profession", but also called Biden's suggestion "tone-deaf and unhelpful". "You guys, instead of focusing on him, you're going to cover for three weeks anything I said".

Pete Buttigieg on Sunday knocked Joe Biden for his vote in favor of authorizing military force against Iraq in 2002 when the former vice president was a senator, calling it "the worst foreign policy decision made by the United States in my lifetime".

Biden's campaign declined to comment on AP and The Hill.

During the last presidential debate, Biden was asked if he'd be willing to sacrifice the economic growth, and possibly displace thousands of blue-collar workers, that's come in recent years to transition to a so-called greener economy.

In 2018, Biden even gave a paid speech praising Republican Rep. Fred Upton of MI in a competitive race as "one of the finest guys I've ever worked with". "Because the opportunity, the opportunity for those workers is to transition to high-paying jobs". In both May and November of this year, Biden said that the GOP would have "an epiphany" after Trump is gone and start working with Democrats again.

Republican President Donald Trump has championed coal miners and other blue-collar workers, saying they help form a strong economy.

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