Biden All Smiles With Upside-Down Ice Cream Cone And Marijuana Supporter

Vice President Joe Biden kept it cool and casual on Tuesday in Colorado, holding an ice cream cone upside down and posing for a photograph next to a man wearing a pro-marijuana T-shirt.

The photograph was tweeted by @BambuCycles, a self-described “eco-concept store specializing in hand built bamboo bicycles, organic raw foods, cold pressed juice & Happy Leaf Kombucha on tap,” according to its Twitter account.

The man in the photo, identified by Mediate as Angel Cruz, was wearing a shirt that seemingly advertising the High Times Cannabis Cup, a marijuana trade show.

Marijuana is legal in Colorado, but Biden has traditionally been an opponent of legalizing the drug.

The photograph also called into question how the Vice President holds his ice cream.

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