Joe Biden’s national press secretary refused to answer whether the Democratic candidate uses a teleprompter in televised interviews, insisting instead that the question is a “distraction” by the Trump campaign.
“We are not going to — this is straight from the Trump campaign talking points,” TJ Ducklo told “Special Report” host Bret Baier.
“And what it does, Bret, is it’s trying to distract the American people from …,” Ducklo added before Baier asked him to answer “yes” or “no.”
“They talk about it every day, Bret, because they don’t have a coherent strategy … they talk about it every day because they don’t have a coherent argument for why Donald Trump deserves reelection, deserves four more years,” Ducklo continued.
“We know that he lied to the American people. We know that he has not shown leadership during this crisis and they are desperate to throw anything they can against the wall to try to distract from that fact,” he said, ultimately refusing to answer the question.
Footage emerged this week of the former veep appearing to ask his staff to adjust a teleprompter during a Q&A session with AFL-CIO members.
“Move it up here,” Biden said, before pausing and answering a question.
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