Trump teased for describing Biden as ‘cognitively impaired’ and warning of a ‘WWII’

9 month ago

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Trump’s Friday speech at the Family Research Council (FRC) drew a wave of mockery online after he accused President Joe Biden of being “cognitively impaired” before warning of a World War II, making a huge gaffe himself.

“We have a man who is totally corrupt and worst president in the history of our country, who is cognitively impaired,” Trump said.

“In no condition to lead and is now in charge of dealing with Russia, and possible nuclear war. Just think of it. We would be in World War II very quickly.”

Social media users poked fun at the former President’s blunder, with many suggesting that he, too, is “too old” to run for President.

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  • “This guy is ‘too old’ to run for President,” said former U.S. Army lieutenant colonel Alexander Vindman.

    “More importantly he is not mentally fit. He’s also corrupt, charged with 91 felonies in four indictments.”

    Florida Dem. Rep. Jared Moskowitz added: “He is too old and incoherent, also appears to be going blind.”

    “I like Trump. I voted for him in 2016 and in 2020 but this is getting really sad and pathetic,” posted X user CaliPatriot20.

    “Trump’s talking about Biden being cognitively impaired and then he says Biden is going to get us into World War 2. Can Republicans please have a better candidate?"