Corey Lewandowski, who happens to be the senior advisor to the President Trump 2020 campaign, appeared on Fox News to blow holes in former President Barack Obama's endorsement of his former Vice President Joe Biden.
“When there are no candidates left to endorse you pick the only guy left standing, by the way, he also happened to stand as your vice president for 8 years, you didn’t endorse him when he needed you the most and now all of sudden you think your endorsement is going to matter,” Lewandoski said.
He also touched on President Trump's approval ratings as well as campaign fundraising.
Corey Lewandowsky on Obama's Endorsement of Biden
A lot of people claim that Obama wanted to give everyone a fair chance to win before announcing his endorsement. While that could be the case, it seemed very awkward that he waited so long to endorse his former Vice President.
Either way, Joe Biden has an uphill climb. He has become more known for his gaffes in front of the camera than any political accomplishment.
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