Former Vice President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama met face to face for the first time in months to release a campaign video.

Former President Obama and the Democratic candidate teamed up to discuss their time in office together, the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and more. 

The pair take aim at Donald Trump in the campaign with Biden saying: "Can you imagine standing up when you were President and saying 'it's not my responsibility. I take no responsibility'". 

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"Those words didn't come out of our mouths while we were in office,' responds Obama.


The pair continue with Biden saying: "I don't understand his inability to get a sense of what people are going through. He just can't relate in any way"

Obama adds: "Well, and one of the things I have always known about you, Joe – it's the reason why I wanted you to be my vice president, and the reason why you were so effective ... it all starts with being able to relate."

On the subject of Obamacare, the former president said: "I mean, you and I both know what it's like to have somebody you love get really sick. And in some cases to lose somebody, but that loss is compounded when you see the stress on their faces, because they're worried that they're being a burden on their families."

You can watch the entire video here.