Biden mixes Iowa, Ohio in the latest bluff, but quickly corrects
Former Vice President Joe Biden made another goof on Saturday while campaigning in Iowa, but quickly got better.
"How many dangerous bridges do you still have here in Ohio?" "I want to tell Iowa," he said, laughing at the crowd at Abby Finkenauer's Fish Fry at Cedar Rapids.
He explained that he had just been to Ohio and said there were more dangerous bridges there.
The mistake was just the latest in a series of sliders that struck Biden throughout his campaign.  Last May he got better after referring to then Prime Minister Teresa May in the role of Margaret Thatcher, who served from 1
979 – 1990 and died in 2013. In August, he said how much he loved being in Vermont while he was in New Hampshire.
 Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks to Abby Finkenauer's Fry Fry in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "/>
Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at Fry Fry at Abby Finkenauer in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Biden – who will turn 77 on November 20 – has long been known for making blunders and embellishing stories, but the frequency of his false claims makes some worry about his age.  In fish fry, Biden advertised his support for investment in infrastructure and his union position.
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In an Iowa poll that came out last week, Biden came in fourth behind Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts, who recently reincarnated, Senator Bernie , I-Vt., And South Bend, India, Mayor Pete Butigig.