Johnny Carson poked fun at Biden plagiarism claims in 1980s: video

How much of a problem did Joe Biden have in 1987 when reporters started noticing that some of his speeches sounded a little too familiar? It reached a point where even late-night host Johnny Carson took a jab at Biden.
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