VIDEO: Students bored by Joe Biden, can't name his accomplishments

  • After Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday victory, Campus Reform asked students if they could get excited about supporting his candidacy.
  • Students also struggled to name an accomplishment in the former VP’s long political career.

Following former Vice President Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday victory, Campus Reform Digital Reporter Eduardo Neret went to American University in Washington, D.C. to ask students if they could get excited about supporting his candidacy. 

“If I were to choose Joe Biden it would just be because everybody else is supportive of him,” one student said. 

"I would vote for him anyway, but he’s not the person I’m most excited for"   

“If he becomes the candidate for the Democratic Party, I would vote for him anyway, but he’s not the person I’m most excited for,” another student added. 

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“He’s old and like just like watching him speak, he can’t like string together a coherent sentence,” one student explained on why he wasn’t excited about Biden. 

Neret also asked students to name an accomplishment in Biden’s long career as a politician. Most students cited his role as vice president. 

“Just being vice president,” one student said. “Other than that...just seems like a nice guy, nice smile.”

“I would say like I can’t really name [an accomplishment],” a different student added. 

[RELATED: VIDEO: Democrats can’t name a Biden accomplishment]

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Eduardo Neret
Eduardo Neret | Digital Reporter

Eduardo Neret is a digital reporter for Campus Reform. Prior to taking on his current position, Eduardo served as the Senior Florida Correspondent for Campus Reform and founded a conservative web publication where he hosted a series of interviews with notable conservative commentators and public figures. Eduardo’s work has appeared on the Fox News Channel, FoxNews.com, The Washington Examiner, Daily Caller, The Drudge Report, The Blaze, and The Daily Wire. He most recently served as a contributor to the Red Alert Politics section of The Washington Examiner. In addition to his independent journalism, Neret also previously worked at the Department of Justice and the Fox News Channel. He has appeared on numerous radio programs and NewsMaxTV to discuss his work and comment on relevant political issues.

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