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Rudy Giuliani questions whether Joe Biden has the ‘balance’ to be president

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Sunday questioned whether Vice President Joe Biden has the “balance” to be president.

“Oh, no, I don’t think he’s nuts. I’m just saying I wonder if he’s got the kind of balance — probably what I should have said is the balance to be president of the United States,” Giuliani said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “This guy is like one gaffe after another, and he’s a — he’s a joke on late-night television. I think they’ve also locked him in his room for the rest of the campaign. I think the president scolded him, and … I mean, it’s been one strange incident after another, telling a man in a wheelchair to stand up. I don’t know what’s going on with him, but somebody should explain it.”

Last week, Giuliani said, in response to Biden’s “chains” remark that the vice president had become a “joke” and is “not that bright.”

He also told host Bob Schieffer that there’s an inherent unfairness about the way the media cuts Biden a break.

“If this was [Dick] Cheney or Sarah Palin or Dan Quayle, my goodness, all you guys on television would be going crazy about how could he say this, and what’s wrong with him?” he asked. “Maybe I was just trying to even up the score a little bit. I do think there are some serious questions.”


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