The campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden was followed by Gaffes – but a new mistake could do his biggest damage so far.
The controversy over a moving military history – which the former vice president described as the "Truth of God" – told Biden at a campaign ban in New Hampshire earlier this month.
The only problem was that the story, according to the Washington Post was not true.
Biden's supposedly great story was an emotional tale of his decision to travel to Afghanistan, despite concerns over visiting a war-ravaged area to honor a naval captain holding the body of his dead comrade
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According to Biden, he wiped out the concern about the risk that he was in the deadly "We can lose a vice president," he said, telling his crowd during a Friday event places. "We can not lose many of these children anymore. No joke. "In his story, Captain Biden told in a dramatic way that he did not want the medal because his comrade died.
However, after talking to more than a dozen military and campaign sources, the post determined the event "never happened" and that "almost every detail in the story seems to be wrong.
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"Within three minutes, Biden got the period, the place, the heroic deed, the type of medal, the military branch, and the rank of the recipient wrong, as well as his own role in the ceremony, "wrote Viser and Jaffe.
The Post reported that the crowd of 400 people in Hanover was" silent "and the former vice president his "Word as Biden" stated that the story was true on Friday.
Biden's retelling was perhaps the most inaccurate version of the story he had told – though, according to the post, it was not the only time he told it
Biden's problems follow a long list of US politicians faced with allegations of inventing military stories. The Post has fact-checked former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, claiming she landed under sniper fire in Bosnia. Former Secretary of State John Kerry, the 2004 party candidate, was similarly confronted with questions about his military service in Vietnam.
The story of the former vice president was not entirely wrong. Army Staff Sgt. Chad Workman is said to have received a Biden medal after trying to fetch a dead soldier from a burning vehicle. Workman told a similar story about the two's interactions, "but with an extra detail," the Post said.
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He remembered that Biden had met his gaze and Workman had told the vice president he wanted the medal Not. "I know you do not," Biden said quietly, "the post office reported.
Biden's wartime history was just the latest incident to challenge the mentality of the 2020 leader when he ran for President of the United States.
While his campaign rejected his gaffes as part of a press narrative, other observers claimed the number of verbal gaffes is worrying.
In recent days, Biden inaccurately stated the decade in which Robert F. Kenndy and Martin Luther King Jr. were murdered, said he prefers "truth about facts" and incorrectly identifies New Hampshire as Vermont while he was in the US early primary area camped state.
BIDEN ASSURES VO The former vice president dismissed concern over his age last weekend and urged voters not to support him if it was a problem, do not vote for me, "said Biden, speaking to reporters in Keene, New Hampshire, said that when a reporter told Biden that the voters he was talking to were wondering if the former Senator from Delaware had lost a step, Biden replied, "What are you doing ? They think? "
Biden's brain surgeon insisted that his patient was mentally healthy and without brain damage."
"He's as keen as he was 31 years ago." I saw no change, "said Dr. Neal Kassell, according to Politico Biden previously had brain aneurysms and has been monitoring him for brain damage since his operation.
The Gaffes seemed to be concerned that ally of the former vice president allegedly stated they were reducing the number of events he had undertaken during the election campaign. David Axelrod, a former Advisor Obama former adviser, has blasted this advice and argued on Thursday that he should not be dismissed as a presidential candidate.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP  "That's a bad advice. One can not summarize the candidate and win, "tweeted Axelrod, the chief strategist of Obama's 2008 and 2012 campaign." He can either do it or not, and the only way he can prove himself is to be an active and energetic candidate , He is running for the President of the United States, for God's sake! "