Joe Biden Despacito: “China is drooling,” said US President Donald Trump, who has derided his Democratic opponent as “Slow Joe” for years. They can’t believe what they’re seeing!”
Why is Joe Biden Despacito so popular?
Following his appearance in Kissimmee
, Florida, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden ignited Twitter with ‘#DespacitoJoe.’
He got out his phone and began playing the Latin tune Despacito before giving his remarks.
According to Billboard, he even danced for a brief minute during the 15-second clip of music, which is one of YouTube’s most popular videos with nearly seven billion views.
Popular on the Social Media | Joe Biden Despacito
“Just when I thought he could not be any more embarrassing,” one woman tweeted, “José Biden just pulled out his mobile phone and started playing Despacito before he began speaking at a Hispanic Heritage Month event.” “I’m speechless.”
“Cringe,” said another. Will be carrying hot sauce in a pocket before you know it.”
“Slow Joe Biden tries to pander to Latinos by playing Despacito, which translates to slow, you can’t make this stuff up [sic],” one man joked.
“This is awful,” Laura Ingraham wrote on Twitter
Meanwhile, President Trump retweeted a doctored video of what has been dubbed “Joe’s jam,” stating, “China is drooling.” They can’t believe what they’re seeing!”
Chris Jackson, a Lawrence County administrator, aimed at Twitter haters.
“For all you tools criticising @JoeBiden for playing ‘Despacito
‘ at his event today, why not point out that the artist who played the song, @LuisFonsi, had just introduced him,” he tweeted.
The musician was also seen with Biden at the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, according to Billboard.
“It was absolutely an honour for me to present Vice President Joe Biden tonight,” Luis Fonsi said on Twitter.
“For many years, a fantastic leader who has shown his regard and appreciation for the Latino community and PR.
“It is past time for us to have a president who treats us with the respect we are due!”
What is the meaning of Despacito?
Mercedes Schlapp, a senior adviser to Donald Trump’s campaign, questioned Joe Biden on Twitter if he knew the song Despacito.
“It’s a good match for Slow Joe,” she added.
Is Joe Biden the front-runner in the polls?
According to CNN, a series of polls show Donald Trump “had strengthened his standing with Hispanic voters over the last four years.”
However, Biden is trailing Hillary Clinton
by 28 percentage points among Hispanic voters, according to the broadcaster, who “lead by 37 percentage points in an average of final pre-election polls.”
According to the BBC, Biden is dominating national presidential surveys as of September 15.
Biden had 51% of the vote, compared to Trump’s 43%.
However, the national polls are “not always a good approach to predict the result of the election” on November 3, according to the BBC.
On the Campaign’s result Biden is leading Trump
According to an article in The Conversation, Biden is currently “leading Trump in the majority of opinion polls.”
However, according to the research-based website, “poll-based election projections have proven problematic in the past.”
“Surveys were extensively chastised following the 2016 election because Trump won despite the majority of polls predicting he would lose.”
“Biden is the 10/11 (53 per cent) favourite and has a 7% lead in the market over Trump, who is 6/5 (46 per cent) to win,” according to Betfair Exchange.