Trump Mocks Biden's Verbal Ability: 'Can't Even String Two Sentences Together!'

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 02/10/2024
Declaring to supporters that 82-year-old Democratic President Joe Biden does not "know he is alive," former US President Donald Trump made fun of the President's apparent cognitive impairment. Robert Hur, the government prosecutor, supported Trump's judgment earlier this week by stating that Biden was too mentally impaired to face trial.

During a Friday speech at a National Rifle Association (NRA) event in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Trump criticized the US Justice Department for having brought charges against him for allegedly mishandling secret documents, but he chose not to bring charges against Biden for the same act.

Trump said, "This is nothing more than targeted harassment of me, Biden's political opponent." "Furthermore, I do not believe Biden [the man behind the prosecution] is aware that he is alive," he went on.

In the next presidential election in November, Trump is now the presumed Republican opponent of Biden. Special Counsel Robert Hur unexpectedly endorsed Trump's assaults on Biden on Thursday, despite the fact that he often makes fun of the senator's mental abilities, saying just this week that the president "can hardly weave two words together."

Hur determined in a report that the president "willfully kept and released" these information. Hur was looking into Biden's suspected unlawful handling of secret data. Hur, however, suggested against charging Biden because he seemed to investigators to be a "mature guy with a bad memory" and it would be difficult to persuade a jury that he had done "a major offense that needs a mental state of willfulness."

According to the article, Biden "could not recall when he was vice president" and "did not remember, even within few years," about the death of his son Beau, during interviews with Hur's office.

Later on Thursday, Biden furiously told reporters that his "memory is good," refuting the allegations made in the paper. Nevertheless, Biden misrepresented Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi as Mexico's leader at the same briefing.

Hur's conclusions were made public the same week that Biden was found to have misremembered talks he held soon after taking office in January 2021 with the presidents of France and Germany. He claimed to have talked with German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who passed away four years earlier, on Wednesday after telling supporters on Sunday that he had spoken with Francois Mitterand, the former president of France, who had really passed away in 1996. 

Nearly all recent polls have shown Trump ahead of Biden by a margin of one to seven points. According to a Tuesday NBC survey, 76% of American voters—including more than half of Democrats—doubt that Joe Biden is mentally and physically capable of serving as president for a second term. 


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