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Biden Falsely Suggests He Played College Football: ‘I Could’ve Been All-American, Man’

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Joe Biden’s claim of playing college football at the University of Delaware has sparked controversy.

Biden said, “If I had you running in front of me when I was playing at Delaware, I could’ve been All-American, man,” to a man at the barber shop.

While he did play with the freshman team, he did not play varsity football due to academic struggles.

Conflicting reports and Biden’s own memoir indicate that he quit after his first semester due to his grades.

Biden wrote in his book, “Promises to Keep”, “In almost every huddle I was the leader.”

“I was the leading scorer on our soccer team, undefeated and undefeated, my senior year, and I did not lack confidence on the field,” he continued.

“As much as I lacked confidence in my ability to communicate verbally, I always had confidence in my athletic ability. Sports were as natural to me as talking wasn’t. And sports turned out to be my ticket to acceptance – and more. I wasn’t easily intimidated in a game, so even when I stuttered, I was always the guy who said, ‘Give me the ball,’” claimed the President.

Despite some misleading articles, records and university sources confirm that he did not play varsity football.

This incident has raised questions about his truthfulness, with the suggestion that if someone can’t be trusted on smaller matters, it calls into question their trustworthiness on larger issues.

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