Just call it the latest “derp” moment for Vice President Joe Biden.
Campaigning with Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton on Tuesday in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Biden was trying to make the case that GOP nominee Donald Trump is “not qualified” to know the codes to the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
“He can’t be trusted,” Biden said of Trump.
But that was right after Biden pointed to a person sitting behind him in the crowd who actually has the nuclear code with him at all time. For a brief second, a look of disbelief falls across Hillary’s face.
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