HUH? Biden Says to Trump: ‘Stop Your Boast About, Never Being, Seemed at What You, You Can Do Anything’
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden is getting exposed on the campaign trail more frequently with the election coming into focus, and the results are not pretty.
Biden attempted to address his competitor, President Donald Trump, in a recent speech but could not put together a coherent thought.
“Stop your boast about… never being, seemed at what you — you can do anything,” Biden said – apparently referring to Trump’s deal-making prowess.
“You always talk about your ability to negotiate. Negotiate a deal – a deal for somebody other than yourself,” he continued.
“Now I’m happy to take questions you may have. I guess staff is gonna call on whoever,” Biden concluded.
The clip can be seen here:
Because of Biden’s declining mental faculties, there has been talk that presidential debates could be postponed or even called off completely. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) made the suggestion for Biden to duck Trump during a recent press conference.
“I do not think that the President of the United States has comported himself in a way that anybody should and has any association with truth, evidence, data and facts. I wouldn’t…I wouldn’t legitimize a conversation with him,” Pelosi said.
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 27, 2020
Big League Politics has reported on the Trump campaign’s efforts to get Biden’s team to commit in writing that their sleepy candidate will in fact debate President Trump before the election:
The Donald Trump campaign is seeking “written confirmation” of Democrat Joe Biden’s intention to appear in the three planned presidential debates, as major Democrats seek to get their candidate out of the events that will showcase the national vision of President Trump and Biden.
A Trump campaign letter from attorney and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani references House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s suggestion of cancelling the debates, with the former stating that she “wouldn’t legitimize a conversation with him nor a debate in terms of the presidency of the United States,” in reference to the incumbent President.
Giuliani states that in wake of such anti-democratic sentiment expressed on the part of a leading Democratic government official, it’s imperative for the Biden campaign to recommit to its obligations. Biden previously said he’d appear in three standard presidential debates(turning down an offer for additional debates from the President).
“We also take this opportunity to resubmit our request for a formal, detailed plan for in-person debates in the event that location hosts withdraw because of the coronavirus or other reasons. We require information regarding which television studios,in which cities,have been approached and arranged as alternate locations where the events could be held.Without this sort of detailed information, we remain convinced that Biden will retreat to the safety of his remote video link, where he can rely on handlers, a teleprompter, or notes positioned near the camera as he clearly did on CNN last week.”
It is getting more difficult for Democrat brass to hide Biden from the public. The public is realizing that he has declined significantly in his golden years, and this does not bode well for his chances in November.