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Donald Trump to Joe Biden: He’s a lightweight who can’t speak

Courtesy: Geo News/Reuters

US President Joe Biden once again comes under fire from the Republican candidate for the White House Donald Trump Tuesday pointing towards the weakness of the incumbent commander-in-chief and comparing him with “lightweights”.

Joe Biden — who is a Democrat candidate for the 2024 presidential elections — is currently facing former president Joe Biden.

Speaking with a British news channel GB News, the 77-year-old Trump said “… when you see the people, the lightweights we have to watch today and nowadays like our President [Joe Biden]. He goes every day, he can’t speak.”

There have been concerns about the 81-year-old Joe Biden’s age and his mental well being as he had tripled multiple times while going up the stairs of Air Force One.

President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign visit at the Washoe Democratic Party Office, in Reno, Nevada on March 19, 2024. — ReutersPresident Joe Biden speaks during a campaign visit at the Washoe Democratic Party Office, in Reno, Nevada on March 19, 2024. — Reuters

Last year in October, the four-time indicted Trump mocked Biden for being crazy, in a style of stand-up comedy where the audience was entertained by his jokes.

In a Republican Convention in California, Trump criticised Biden’s policies in an act saying the president does not know where he is despite watching on both sides of a stage that there are stairs.

While joking about the electric vehicles policy, he stated: “So we go into an enemy territory we will blast… everybody but at least we will go in with environmentally nice equipment. Now do you believe me?”

1- Header image: Former US president and Republican candidate Donald Trump speaks with a British news channel GB News criticising rival Joe Biden on March 19, 2024. — YouTube/GB News

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