It sounded like Vice President Joe Biden during a stop in Beloit, Wisc., on Friday had some mixed feelings about being President Obama's VP.
“There's never been a day in the last four years I've been proud to be his vice president,” Biden appears to have told the crowd. "Not one single day."
If that's what he said, what he probably meant was that he has always been proud to be VP ("I've not been proud ...").
Or did he mumble: "There's never been a day in the last four years I have not been proud to be his vice president"?
See for yourself:
POLITICO reporter Jennifer Epstein attended the Biden speech and she claims he said "haven't":
He did NOT say this, I was in the room. He said "there's never been a day I haven't been proud." This isn't true: bit.ly/VjvZuE— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) November 2, 2012
Either way, whether he said "I have" or "I have not," it's a an awkward sentence and we're going to have fun with it (because binders).
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(H/T: Weekly Standard). Front page photo source. This story has been updated.