Let’s pretend that Joe Biden says he’s sorry

Vice President Kamala D. Harris (left) and Speaker of the House Kevin O. McCarthy (right) listen as President Joseph R. Biden Jr. delivers the State of the Union address on Feb. 7. Jacquelyn Martin/Pool/AFP/Getty Images/Tribune News Service

TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE — For hour upon hour and multiple days before he gave his recent State of the Union speech, President Joe Biden repeated all 7,224 words over and over, thereby avoiding most of his usual verbal flubs.

Also, for 40 years as a senator, a vice president and a president, he learned what can be important in political oratory: avoiding the truth.

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