Joe Biden Slips into Southern Accent After Declaring South Carolina Victory

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – FEBRUARY 29: Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks on stage after declaring victory in the South Carolina presidential primary.

by Harris Alec

Former Vice President Joe Biden slipped into using a Southern accent while addressing supporters after a resounding win in the South Carolina primary.

Biden, who on Saturday won his first nominating contest despite having run for the presidency twice before, was all smiles at his victory party. Some on social media, however, noticed that the former vice president seemed to take on a Southern accent while speaking.

“If Democrats nominate me,” the 77-year-old Biden said midway through in his regular voice, before switching into an affected southern accent, “I believe, we can beat Donald Trump.”

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1 Response to Joe Biden Slips into Southern Accent After Declaring South Carolina Victory

  1. Joe Z says:

    By now I would have thought that Sleazy Joe would have slipped and fallen and could not get up. Oh, wait a minute, that’s Crooked Killary. Or maybe Bolshevik Bernie. Or maybe all three.

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