Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden debuted his speech to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month by playing a popular Spanish-language song, "Despacito," on his cellphone on Tuesday, after his campaign admitted that he has some "work to do" with Latino voters.
Senior Biden for President campaign adviser Symone Sanders told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on his show "This Week":
So, on Tuesday, before a speech aimed at Hispanic voters in Kissimmee, Florida, Biden pulled out his phone to play "Despacito," a 2017 hit song by artist Luis Fonsi, who spoke ahead of him at a campaign address to recognize Hispanic Heritage Month.
"Who in the Biden campaign thought this was a good idea?"
I want to breathe your neck slowly