Democratic nominee issued a to recent reports that disparaged fallen World War I soldiers as “suckers” and “losers,” along with his well-documented jabs against veterans and military family members.
“I am always cautioned not to lose my temper. This may be as close as I’ve come this campaign,” Biden said during an address in Wilmington, Delaware.
Biden called Trump’s words “deplorable,” and mentioned his own deceased son, Beau, whose political career overlapped with his military service.
“When my son was an assistant U.S. Attorney and he volunteered to go to Kosovo while the war was going on, as a civilian, he wasn’t a sucker,” Biden said.
“When my son volunteered and joined the United States military