At his rally to make everybody overlook that he’s not doing Republican debates, Trump argued that Biden will not be too outdated to be president.
Trump stated, “Biden’s not too outdated. That’s not his downside. He’s too incompetent. He’s not outdated. So many individuals. I do know a person who fought all his life to earn cash, and he turned a billionaire from 80 to 90. From 80 years outdated to 90. He made all of his cash turned a really wealthy man for his entire life, and he turned made all of his cash. A number of the biggest leaders in historical past have been manner over 80. A number of the individuals. I do know a number of the smartest individuals.”
Trump blows up the GOP argument that Biden is simply too outdated to be president, “Biden’s not too outdated. That’s not his downside. He’s too incompetent. He’s not outdated.” pic.twitter.com/VkTGMII2sT
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) November 9, 2023
Trump is making an attempt to take the age concern off of the desk as a result of if he returned to the White Home, he could be previous 80 whereas in workplace. In fact, Trump doesn’t need age to be a problem, as a result of he’s additionally outdated.
Donald Trump is again to doing what he does finest, which is sabotaging the Republican Occasion. Republicans and Fox Information have been beating the drum that Biden is simply too outdated to be president for years. Alongside comes the chief of the Republican Occasion who wipes all of it away, and argues that the query is definitely competence.
If competence decides the 2024 presidential election, Joe Biden will simply win a second time period. The competence struggle will not be one which Donald Trump ought to wish to have with anybody.
Jason is the managing editor. He’s additionally a White Home Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Diploma in Political Science. His graduate work targeted on public coverage, with a specialization in social reform actions.
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