Yes, can you even imagine?
For the record, Trump was talking about Joe Biden. Not John Miller, or John Barron, or even David Dennison.
During an Oval Office interview, the Republican president said he did not expect the election to be a referendum on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and voiced surprise the former vice president was doing well.
“I don’t believe the polls,” Trump said. “I believe the people of this country are smart. And I don’t think that they will put a man in who’s incompetent.”
Trump has criticized Biden’s decades-long record as a U.S. senator and as President Barack Obama’s vice president. Biden is expected to win his party’s nomination for the Nov. 3 election at an August convention.
“And I don’t mean incompetent because of a condition that he’s got now. I mean he’s incompetent for 30 years. Everything he ever did was bad. His foreign policy was a disaster,” Trump said.
Well, I can see this campaign season is going to be fun. I thought it was a hoot when Mitt Romney was forced to denounce his own successful health care reforms while wholeheartedly embracing the economic policies of George W. Bush. This time around we have an aggressively incompetent, unabashedly corrupt, eternally impeached POTUS who’s suggested researching disinfectant injections as a potential COVID-19 cure, and that guy seems fixated on accusing his opponent of being incompetent, corrupt, gaffe-prone, and unprepared for the presidency.
Also, are the people of this country really smart? I’m reminded every day that a very large percentage of them are anything but. And I mean every damn day.
So, yeah, more projection from IMPOTUS. Throw it on the huge fucking pile.
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