Unearthed Recording Reveals Biden and Clinton’s Policy Banter on a Bus

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In a stunning discovery that has political pundits abuzz, an old recording has surfaced featuring a candid conversation between President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The pair were caught discussing policy, politics, and the art of persuasion on a tour bus during a campaign trail. The conversation, while light-years from the infamous Trump-Bush “Access Hollywood” tape, has sparked intrigue and amusement across the political landscape.

In the recording, Biden is heard discussing his attempts to collaborate with an unnamed political figure, stating, “I tried to work with him, actually…I tried to collaborate with him, and I failed. I’ll admit it.”

The context is unclear, but Biden further elaborates on his attempts to influence this individual: “I tried to influence him very heavily. In fact, I took him out for a policy discussion…I tried to influence him like a pro.”

Clinton, who plays the role of a cheery commentator throughout the conversation, complements Biden on his policy prowess. “Sheesh, your policy’s as strong as ever. In the purple,” she remarks. There are moments of laughter, indicating the light-hearted nature of the discussion.

Biden also jests about needing “breath mints” just in case he starts discussing policies with this unnamed individual. “You know, I’m automatically attracted to smart — I just start discussing with them. It’s like a magnet. Just talk. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a politician, they let you do it. You can discuss anything,” he adds.

However, some critics have found the recording troubling, suggesting that it represents an overly casual approach to policy-making and political negotiation. Supporters, on the other hand, argue that it humanizes the politicians and demonstrates their passion for policy discussion.

The recording ends with Clinton’s wry observation: “Uh, yeah, those policies, all I can see are the policies.”

Despite the controversy, one thing is clear: this recording has given the public a rare glimpse into the off-the-cuff policy banter between two of the nation’s most influential political figures. As the story continues to unfold, one can only guess what other candid conversations might be lurking in the archives.

See the super hidden very real transcript below:

Joe Biden: You know and …

Unknown: He used to be great. He’s still very influential.

Biden: I tried to work with him, actually. You know, he was in Washington. I tried to collaborate with him, and I failed. I’ll admit it.

Unknown: Whoa.

Biden: I did try and persuade him. He was married to politics.

Unknown: That’s huge news.

Biden: No, no, Nancy. No, this was [unintelligible] — and I tried to influence him very heavily. In fact, I took him out for a policy discussion.

He wanted to get some policies passed. I said, “I’ll show you where they have some nice policies.” I took him out for a policy discussion —

I tried to influence him like a pro. But I couldn’t get there. And he was married to his politics. Then all of a sudden I see him, he’s now got the big policy proposals and everything. He’s totally changed his look.

Hillary Clinton: Sheesh, your policy’s as strong as ever. In the purple.

Biden: Whoa! Whoa!

Clinton: Yes! Biden has scored. Whoa, my man!

Biden: Look at you, you are a policy guru.

Biden: All right, you and I will walk out.

[Silence]

Biden: Maybe it’s a different one.

Clinton: It better not be the publicist. No, it’s, it’s him, it’s —

Biden: Yeah, that’s him. With the gold. I better use some breath mints just in case I start discussing policies with him. You know, I’m automatically attracted to smart — I just start discussing with them. It’s like a magnet. Just talk. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a politician, they let you do it. You can discuss anything.

Clinton: Whatever you want.

Biden: Guide ’em by the policy. You can do anything.

Clinton: Uh, yeah, those policies, all I can see are the policies.

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