The family brand President Donald Trump so cherishes is showing signs of distress nine months into a presidency scarred by divisive rhetoric, multiple investigations, a White House staff in turmoil and a dearth of policy victories.

" "I couldn't do the show any other way.I wouldn't want to be on television if I couldn't do the show exactly this way.

I'd probably go be a farmer.I'd love that too.

" Listen to this episode on Stitcher Bee thinks that although President Trump's supporters wanted an untraditional president to disrupt Washington, they've "very obviously" had the wool pulled over their eyes.

Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "I'm fairly sure they're not listening to me, but … I just feel like people have been sold a bill of goods.I actually have – I have compassion when you're tricked.

"Bee stopped by "The Takeout" podcast table to talk with Garrett and Chaggaris about love, life, and politics over coffee and bananas.

"I was an actor [in Toronto], I was doing comedy all the time, I loved it, and I just got the opportunity to audition forThe Daily Show.Go to the seventh floor of the State Department, where the highest officials work, and there's an "echo," Biden said.

Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "It's irresponsible," the former vice president said.Biden, who considered running for president in the 2016 election cycle but decided against it after the death of his son, Beau Biden,isn't ruling out a 2020 bid.

For now, he leads the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement at the University of Pennsylvania.Prior to joining former President Obama's ticket in 2008, Biden served on the powerful Senate foreign relations committee.

Biden said the U.