Donald Trump is apparently living rent-free in Joe Biden’s head.
While Biden was campaigning in Virginia for Terry McAuliffe, he mentioned Trump’s name no less than 24 times.
What Biden doesn’t seem to realize is that this makes him look weak, not Trump.
The New York Post reports:
Who’s running, Joe? Biden says ‘Trump’ 24 times during Va. stump for McAuliffe
President Biden on Tuesday seemed fixated on former President Donald Trump in a Virginia stump speech for Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic candidate for governor.
Biden mentioned Trump by name 24 times during a brisk, 17-minute speech in a park near the Pentagon in northern Virginia, attempting to use his predecessor’s legacy to bash Republican Glenn Youngkin, who is tied with McAuliffe in polls in a state Biden won by 10 points just a year ago.
Trump has neither campaigned for Youngkin nor made an endorsement in the race.
But the suddenly tight Virginia contest with Youngkin has become a test of Biden’s political strength ahead of next year’s midterm elections and a possible rematch with Trump in the 2024 presidential race — and comes as Biden’s approval ratings and polling on core issues have nosedived…
“I ran against Donald Trump. Terry is running against an acolyte of Donald Trump,” Biden said, slamming the ex-president and accusing him of inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, as well as for disparaging former Secretary of State Colin Powell and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) after they died.
Watch the video below:
WATCH: President Joe Biden mentions Donald Trump’s name 25 times while campaigning for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe. pic.twitter.com/A8K8SunOSs
— Newsmax (@newsmax) October 27, 2021
Biden comes off as so smug and full of himself.
Someone should show him his absolutely tanking poll numbers.
Cross posted from American Lookout.
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