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Biden Slams Video Game Industry

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Biden Slams Video Game Industry

Biden Slams Video Game Industry

Joe Biden has slammed the video game industry in a recent NY Times interview.

He called video game developers "little creeps" who make games "to teach you how to kill people." Biden's criticisms for video game developers was unprovoked.

He was asked about Silicon Valley mergers.

Biden discussed a roundtable he had with Silicon Valley leaders.

"One of the little creeps sitting around that table, who was a multi- — close to a billionaire...." "....

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