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Black Twitter is confused over a recent statement by Joe Biden during a campaign stop in Tampa. In a video uploaded to Twitter, Biden said the reason he was able to remain "sequestered" in his basement is because "some Black woman was able to stock the grocery shelf."

The 77-year-old Democratic candidate never explained what he meant by that remark. Many on social media are struggling to understand whether Biden has a personal grocery shopper who happens to be Black.

One Twitter user wrote, "This is what happens when Joe Biden takes questions without a teleprompter."


 

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2015 Miss Universe Pageant - Show

This is the celebration we missed when the Miss Universe 2015 Pageant ended abruptly due to a colossal mixup between host Steve Harvey, the teleprompter guy, and the cue card.

The cue card that Steve Harvey should have read from correctly named Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach the winner of the 2015 Miss Universe Pageant. But Steve read from the teleprompter which named Miss Colombia the winner. The correct winner was eventually crowned but the show ended abruptly because it ran over its allotted time slot due to the mixup. The 2015 Miss Universe Pageant was taped live at The Axis at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Sunday, December 20, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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