Biden: Dems need to win on economic issues, not gender

Biden: Democrats need to “win” on economic matters.

But he cautioned Democrats about using the term “gender gap” too much.

“If we do that, then people start talking about a gender gap,” Biden said.

“People who look at that term and they start talking to their children, and they say, ‘Daddy, why did I get that job?’

But Biden cautioned Republicans against using it “too much.” “

Biden said Republicans have used the phrase “gender divide” and have used it to paint a “gender issue.

“But Biden cautioned Republicans against using it “too much.

“We need to be mindful of what we’re saying and what we aren’t saying, and what the facts are,” Biden added. “

Biden, a Democrat, has often said his Democratic primary opponent, Hillary Clinton, has the better chance to win in November. “

We need to be mindful of what we’re saying and what we aren’t saying, and what the facts are,” Biden added.

Biden, a Democrat, has often said his Democratic primary opponent, Hillary Clinton, has the better chance to win in November.

The two have often sparred over their views on issues including the economy and trade.

Biden has also criticized Clinton on the issue of gun control.

“It is time to end gun violence,” Biden tweeted last month.

“I want to see the Democrats take on gun violence first.

“That’s not what I’m for. “

One of the things that I’ve always said is we’re going to go out there and win the White Houses, but I don’t want to have a Democratic Convention that’s filled with empty promises,” Biden quipped.

“That’s not what I’m for.

That’s not how I want this country to be.”

Biden is the first vice president to attend the Republican convention since George H.W. Bush in 1992.

Biden will be the first Democrat to hold the White Senate seat since John F. Kennedy in 1960.