Van Jones HITS BACK at dogged Democrats and challenges Joe Biden to an unscripted sit down interview

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Prominent progressive Van Jones has openly declared himself a ‘bedwetter’ – an apparent reference to what Joe Biden‘s campaign has called the ‘bedwetting brigade’ for panicking over his first debate performance.

Jones, whose bosses have included both Barack Obama and Prince, made the admission on-air on CNN, where he’s worked as a contributor for more than a decade.

WHAT HAS HAPPENED?

It comes days after the 55-year-old Tennessean couldn’t hide his disappointment with the president and his weak, lethargic, performance, which he categorized as ‘painful’ for the Democratic Party.

On Monday, he doubled down, despite being a devout Democrat himself.

HE CHALLENGES JOE BIDEN

He went on to reference the new term used by Biden’s team to slam those getting cold feet, before challenging the commander-in-chief to sit down for an unscripted interview to prove him wrong.

‘I’ll tell you this: people are talking about bedwetters,’ he said, quoting part of the biting phrase first used by Deputy campaign manager Rob Flaherty in a campaign blast to supporters.

‘I’m sitting here where I’m in Pampers, Huggies, and Depends, okay,’ Jones went on to joke. 

‘Call me a bedwetter.’

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The political commenter proceeded to grow more serious, while appearing remotely from Los Angeles minutes before Biden addressed the nation.

“I”m scared “I’m worried. I’m nervous,’ he conceded. ‘And a lot of people are. 

‘Everybody has the party line,’ he continued. ‘But behind closed doors, what people are worrying about is what are the polls going to show in the battleground states a week from now.

The former Special Advisor for Green Jobs for the Obama White House went on to insist that those polls – along with the waning confidence of Democratic donors – will be key in seeing whether Biden will take a seat in the Oval Office for four more years.

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