In his play for Michigan, Joe Biden jabbed at Republican U.S. Senate candidate John James, calling him a “disaster.”
Biden took his swipe at John James during a campaign speech on Friday in Metro Detroit when he told incumbent Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) that John James wants to get rid of the Affordable Care Act.
“This isn’t hyperbole. Just like your opponent calls it a disaster,” Biden said, as reported by Michigan Live. “Talk about a disaster—there’s a disaster. [James says he is] 2,000% or 200%—whatever it is—with Trump. Hope everybody remembers.”
In a video posted to Twitter, James responded to Biden by reminding him that his position stems only from the fact that he was Barack Obama’s vice president.
“Joe Biden, don’t forget your place in black America,” James said. “You’re only where you are because you were Barack Obama’s vice president. That’s it. That’s it. The people who you rely on so desperately for the position you’re