President Biden has a habit of telling stories that portray him in cinematic terms as brave and intelligent — but are untrue SAUL LOEB/AFP/GETTY IMAGES Joe Biden is in one of those seasons in which people are noting, again, that he often tells stories about his life that aren’t true. This is bubbling around largely because polls indicate his own party’s voters think he is too old to be president, and its donors and officials are frustrated that he shows no sign of stepping aside to allow some fresh, brisk candidate to take his place. Sponsored On Monday, marking the anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Biden falsely said he went to Ground Zero “the next day” and “felt like I was looking through the gates of hell” .
He was in Washington and did not visit the site until September 20. He has often claimed or suggested