Vice President Joe Biden's loose lips have once again placed him under a heat lamp and moved the Associated Press to print the headline, "Blunders Renew Questions About Biden's Discipline."
Commuters around West Los Angeles and downtown can likely expect a second day of traffic snarls Tuesday as Vice President Joe Biden's motorcade delivers him to a roundtable discussion with Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Vice President Joe Biden has continued apologizing over remarks he made last week suggesting that some of America's allies that have joined the fight against terror group ISIS, namely Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, have been supporting extremist groups in Syria with money and weapons.
When a camera crew from "Jimmy Kimmel Live" quizzed people on the streets of Los Angeles about Joe Biden, many didn't know who the U.S. vice president was.
The vice president's apologies to Turkey and the UAE show the dangers of accidentally telling the truth.
Vice President Joe Biden has been forced to apologize twice in recent days for his blunt his assessments of allies, backtracking on comments that angered countries participating in the U.S.-led coalition to beat back Islamic State.
As Vice President Joe Biden headed to Los Angeles on Monday to meet with the mayor and Democratic donors, the White House was still mopping up the diplomatic mess he caused last week.
Vice President Joe Biden has made a series of headline-making gaffes in recent weeks, but on Monday, the White House insisted Biden is still a "core member of the president's national security team" in spite of his controversial comments. Show More Summary
As hard as it is to believe, the politics of the war in Syria has gotten even more dysfunctional. Vice President Joe Biden has now apologized both to the leader of Turkey and United Arab Emirates after correctly stating – publicly – that the two nations bare considerable responsibility for the jihadists operating in Syria. [...]
Vice President Joe Biden is almost certainly set to infuriate Los Angeles drivers when he attends fundraisers in the city on Monday and Tuesday during peak commute times. According to NBC Los Angeles, Biden will attend a $2,500-per-plate...Show More Summary
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest defended Vice President Joe Biden for a series of gaffes, more recently his comments about Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the UAE for suggesting that they helped support terrorist factions in Syria....Show More Summary
The media are slamming Vice President Joe Biden for accusing Turkey and the United Arab Emirates of aiding Al Qaeda. The Washington Post's Aaron Blake, for instance, writes: "...[A]s Biden's many gaffes go, few are as damaging as this one. Show More Summary
For the second time in two days, Vice President Joe Biden had to apologize to another country after complaints that he had supposedly alleged something false about their nation and ISIS.
Vice President Joe Biden is a complete idiot. That truth, reinforced by a string of recent foreign policy gaffes, is supported by evidence too great to summarize in one article. Suffice it to say that Uncle Joe's incompetence is stipulated by all political parties. Show More Summary
Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, will join Tina Brown’s Women in the World Texas to shine a spotlight on the sacrifices made by military families. A military mom herself, Dr. Jill Biden has made her focus on the strength and courage of military families a top priority. Show More Summary
For the second time in two days, US Vice President Joe Biden called the head of a key Middle Eastern ally to apologize over remarks he made last week about American allies sending weapons and money to extremists fighting in Syria's civil war. Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden is visiting West Los Angeles on Monday for a series of fundraisers, triggering road closures that are expected to jam the afternoon commute.
THEY TOLD ME IF I VOTED FOR JOHN MCCAIN, WE’D GET A VICE PRESIDENT WHO’D BE AN INTERNATIONAL EMBARRASSMENT. AND THEY WERE RIGHT! Vice President Joe Biden apologizes to Turkey; UAE mad, too.
Vice President Joe Biden says he never meant to imply that the United Arab Emirates was supporting al Qaeda fighters in Syria. Click here to read story.
Vice President Joe Biden apologized over the weekend to Turkey’s president, after a diplomatic spat over comments in which Mr. Biden suggested that Turkey had permitted militants to cross into Syria.