Reactions to Joe Biden’s CPAC speech

Tonight on Hannity, Sean Hannity took on possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, a guest set to speak at the annual Alfalfa Club dinner. Biden addressed current and future Democratic administrations at the…

Reactions to Joe Biden's CPAC speech

Tonight on Hannity, Sean Hannity took on possible 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, a guest set to speak at the annual Alfalfa Club dinner.

Biden addressed current and future Democratic administrations at the dinner:

“One of the first things I would do is nudge my party to look in the mirror and admit that a Trump presidency is not their victory.”

“…you better get ready because there’s still going to be more than a year of a Republican presidency, and if it’s followed by a Democrat in 2021, then you are looking at a protracted and interminable era where the Republicans will and will continue to be the party of ‘No,’ even when it’s painful for Americans.”

“I’m not going to look forward, I’m going to look back and see what worked and what didn’t work. I’m not going to look at the tax cut or the border wall, because they didn’t even achieve a half of their supposed objective.”

“ I know Donald Trump will not succeed, but neither will you.”

“You will have seven years in the Obama years…You are only as strong as your last administration.”

“I think you just have to acknowledge that the status quo has failed. … you had an incredibly successful president, but he didn’t get it done. And, he didn’t get it done… so you’re not going to see the sun rise the next morning and think that the Trump presidency is the glory to the world, and you can’t even win battles in Congress because you don’t have the 50 votes you need to win them.”

“Look at the Jimmy Carter administration, the Bill Clinton administration, the George W. Bush administration, the Barack Obama administration. There is nothing that one of these administrations could point to as some great moment that they are the reason this happened.”

“This is a fool’s errand.”

“In 2015… I would have called on Barack Obama to resign as president of the United States, and that’s what I said.”

“And then you need to look at the people. If you can’t figure out how to fix a Washington D.C. of dysfunction, how in the hell are you going to fix the rest of the country?”

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