November Election: Donald Trump Calls Joe Biden Stupid

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Tension mounts ahead of the United States presidential election, Donald Trump seems to be feeling the heat more than expected following the unforeseen circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 debacle. The United States now has over 800, 000 deaths record.

U.S. President Trump was accused by his Democratic rival Joe Biden of causing mass deaths with incompetent handling of the COVID-19 crisis. So, on Monday, Trump did what he does best – he called Biden “stupid,” then demanded an apology for what Trump nonsensically called anti-vaccine rhetoric (Biden is pro-vaccine-science, this is false).

Speaking in front of the White House at a U.S. Labor Day news conference, Trump said: “Biden and his very liberal running mate, the most liberal person in Congress by the way – is not a competent person in my opinion, would destroy this country and would destroy this economy – should immediately apologize for the reckless anti-vaccine rhetoric that they are talking right now,” adding: “It undermines science.”

The president called Biden “stupid.”

Donald Trump again dismissed a report in The Atlantic that he had referred to fallen U.S. soldiers as “suckers” and “losers” and highlighted a denial of the story by an aide to former White House chief of staff John Kelly, Zach Fuentes.

The story is a hoax,” Trump said. “Who would say a thing like that? Only an animal would say a thing like that.”

Reuters

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