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Sarah Huckabee Sanders apologizes for mocking Joe Biden's comments on stuttering

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The clip of the president's son mocking Biden's stutter on The Story with Martha MacCallum last month re-emerged on the same day former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders deleted a tweet making similar comments during the latest Democratic Primary Debate.

"I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I hhhave absolutely no idea what Biden is talking about", she tweeted, adding the tag #DemDebate.

Biden snapped back: "It's called empathy".

Apparently, that's exactly what she did when she deleted the tweet and apologized.

I do actually believe that Huckabee Sanders didn't know Biden's struggles with his stutter-or at least I believe it's possible she didn't. I apologize and should have made my point respectfully, ' she said.

Biden wrote back to let Huckabee Sanders know exactly how bad she was being.

The freakish episode started below the evident hot spotlight all thru the Los Angeles debate, as Biden - who's is not very any longer widely called a stutterer - urged the viewers how people with varying complications plan him for condolence or recommendation.

He's also talked openly about struggling with a stutter.

Biden, Sanders and Bloomberg would be the oldest president in history if elected.

Joe Biden went after Sarah Sanders directly after leaving the debate stage, saying 'it's called empathy. "I'm not sedentary", Biden said.

Joe Biden is "healthy, vigorous" and "fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency", according to a doctor's report released Tuesday by the 77-year-old former vice president. "You can't let it define you", Biden said.

Questions on Biden's well being and age have repeatedly come up since even earlier than the previous vice chairman declared his candidacy in April. But apparently, people will say occasionally when I'm exhausted...

Biden's ailments include an irregular heart rhythm, high cholesterol, acid reflux, and seasonal allergies, as well as aneurysms that force him to take blood thinners, according to the report by Dr. Kevin O'Connor, director of executive medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine. "And some people think I still stutter". He told The Atlantic in a recent profile that his verbal stumbles were "the best thing that ever happened" to him.