The Chain Game
Vice President Joe Biden's penchant for speaking off the cuff hasn't always gone in his favor. Keep reading for a look back at his most memorable — and infamous — gaffes so far. — Britt Middleton
Biden drew the ire of conservatives after he recently told an audience in southern Virginia, which included hundreds of Black voters, that Romney wanted to put them "back in chains" by deregulating Wall Street. The statement rehashed concerns that Biden's impromptu style was a liability to President Obama's re-election campaign.
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