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Biden Mocks 'Genius' Trump: 'I Can Hardly Wait To Debate Him'

Former Vice President Joe Biden mocked President Donald Trump’s intelligence this week and said that he is very much looking forward to debating his general election opponent in the coming months.
While The New York Times has floated the idea of Biden either refusing to debate Trump or doing so with certain conditions, the Democratic presidential nominee said Thursday he is excited get on the stage with the president.
“I can hardly wait. I can hardly wait to deal with what he refers to himself as a ‘stable genius,'” Biden told WBRE-TV while campaigning in Pennsylvania on Thursday.
“I can hardly wait to debate him,” Biden added.
The comments were made as Biden faces continued and widespread speculation about his cognitive health.
The former vice president has previously admitted that he is a “gaffe machine,” according to The Guardian.
But while Biden has displayed a lifelong propensity toward putting his foot in his mouth, the candidate’s recent behavior has alarmed even many Trump critics:

Since he announced his candidacy last year, Biden has often looked and sounded lost. He has confused dates and places, and has at times appeared bewildered with regard to the context of the events unfolding around him.
Trump has seized upon Biden’s frequent gaffes:
Trump previously hit Biden by posting a video montage on Twitter of some of Biden’s verbal blunders:
Last week, during Biden’s first news conference in almost three months, he snapped at a reporter who questioned his cognitive state.
The Democrat claimed his cognitive abilities are tested “constantly,” and attacked the reporter for asking the question, describing him as “a lying dog face.”
“Look, all you got to do is watch me and I can hardly wait to compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I’m running against. Thank you so much,” he added.
The 77-year-old also attacked Trump’s own cognitive abilities.
“He talks about cognitive capability. He doesn’t seem to be cognitively aware of what’s going on. He either reads and/or gets briefed on important issues and he forgets it or he doesn’t think it’s necessary that he needs to know it,” Biden said.
Trump, meanwhile, has asserted that Biden is not up to the task of being president.
The president told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday that he doesn’t believe Biden could pass a cognitive test.
Regarding Biden’s assertion that he is “constantly” tested for his cognitive abilities, Trump said Biden is so lost that the Democrat actually meant to say he is constantly tested for the coronavirus, but could not differentiate between the two modes of testing.
“He didn’t mean that, because he hasn’t taken any cognitive tests because he couldn’t pass one,” Trump told Fox News during the phone interview.
Trump also said he passed a recent cognitive test, which was conducted at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Comments from both men in recent days were made as an alarming share of Americans now believe Biden has dementia.
Rasmussen reported last month that 38 percent of likely voters polled believe Biden is suffering from dementia, while another 14 percent said they were unsure.

1 comment:

  1. Biden has already established his legacy. As President of the United States he would forever be known as "the hands on president." The Jimmy Hendrix cover of a very famous song is the best rally song for "Sleazy Joe"'s candidacy..."Hey Joe, Hey Joe...Where are you going with that kid in your hand..." Go figure...

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