White House oddly gives Joe Biden a taxpayer-funded head start in possible campaign

The White House has released a video prominently featuring Vice President Joe Biden touting infrastructure investments that oddly resembles a campaign ad.

The video, obviously paid for by taxpayers, brags that the administration’s “TIGER grants have channeled federal transportation funding directly to 38 port projects in 22 states designed to increase efficiency and grow the economy.”

Keith Koffler of WhiteHouseDossier.com even came up with the campaign slogan to go along with it.

“Joe Biden, fighting for roads, bridges, ports, and ‘good, decent-paying jobs,’” he wrote.

A head start on 2016, perhaps?

Watch the White House video here:

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