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Biden 30330: Former US Vice President Joe Biden Accidentally Directs Fans To A Phone Number Instead Of Campaign Website

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Former US Vice President Joe Biden made a bizarre comment on Wednesday, in his closing statements in the Second Democratic Presidential Debate hosted by CNN
  • While other Presidential candidates advertised their political campaign by urging viewers to visit their official campaign website, Biden directed to a phone number
  • Hilariously, after some time someone did create a page called joe30330.com which redirects to a campaign website for the "first Gen Z'er to declare candidacy for this office."

Former US Vice President Joe Biden a.k.a 'Sleepy Joe' as the current US President Donald Trump calls him, made a bizarre comment on Wednesday, in his closing statements in the Second Democratic Presidential Debate hosted by CNN.

While other Presidential candidates advertised their political campaign by urging viewers to visit their official campaign website for e.g kamalaharris.org,  corybooker.com, the 76-year-old Biden said:

"If you agree with me, go to Joe 30330” - referring to a phone number.

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This reference has left netizens confused, each interpreting  Biden's '30330' in their own way.

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Joe30330.com gets created

Hilariously, after some time someone did create a page called joe30330.com which redirects to a campaign website for the "first Gen Z'er to declare candidacy for this office."

This led to even more confusion with netizens sympathizing 'poor old Joe'

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The second Democratic Presidential Debate:

The event hosted by CNN featured the 20 democratic presidential candidates in a two-day debate format. The first day featured ten candidates including the popular choices like Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Bernie Sanders, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and wildcards like John Delaney and spiritual guru Marianne Williamson. While most of the liberals agreed with each other, health care seemed the only topic where they had major differences.

On the second day, while it featured ten candidates the fight was mainly seen between Senator Cory Booker, former VP Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris. While Biden flaunted his foolproof bromance with Obama, Booker and Harris targetted the 76-year-old telling, "You can't invoke Obama when it's convenient, dodge it when it's not." 

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