President Trump falsely claimed Wednesday that Joe Biden was reading from a teleprompter when answering reporters’ questions at his Tuesday press conference in Wilmington, Delaware. ‘Biden was asked questions at his so-called Press Conference yesterday where he read the answers from a teleprompter,’ Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. ‘That means he was given the questions, just like Crooked Hillary. Never have seen this before!’ TJ Ducklo, a Biden campaign spokeman, confirmed to DailyMail.com Trump was lying. President Trump accused Joe Biden (pictured) of using a teleprompter to answer questions from reporters at a press conference Tuesday. Biden used a teleprompter to deliver remarks, but was off-script when he engaged with journalists in Wilmington President Trump made a bogus claim Wednesday morning, accusing Joe Biden of using a teleprompter to answer questions from reporters during his Tuesday press conference in Delaware. Trump also claimed that Biden was told the questions in advance when he wasn’t Biden did use teleprompters to make brief remarks about the president’s handling of the coronavirus crisis, before engaging in Q&A with reporters who were practicing social distancing in the room Reporters, including DailyMail.com, await Biden’s press conference Tuesday. Biden did have a list of outlets he was… Read full this story
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