By Holly Otterbein, Ben Lefebvre and Zack Colman

Biden’s oil slip-up.

PHILADELPHIA — Joe Biden’s plan to move to a clean energy economy isn’t new to those who’ve been paying attention: For months, he’s promised to put the country on a path to be carbon-neutral by 2050.

Joe Biden speaks during the last presidential debate Thursday at Belmont University.

But Biden, who’s been extraordinarily cautious throughout the campaign while talking about fossil fuels, clearly believes he botched his own strategy on Thursday night.

Within minutes of the debate, where he said he wanted to transition away from the oil industry, Biden walked back his remarks with reporters. On Friday, his running mate Kamala Harris reaffirmed the ticket’s support for fracking. (Harris has also issued two statements for/against – both liars.) And two members of Congress from oil- and gas-rich areas immediately distanced themselves from the Democratic nominee.

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