During a campaign stop on Saturday in Las Vegas, former President Donald Trump made a humorous impression of President Joe Biden by playing the role of someone who gets confused on stage, as The Daily Wire reported.
Trump, when addressing the crowd, made the following statement: "He can't put two sentences together, and he's in charge of nuclear warfare." Oh My!"
Trump stated that he would be able to hop off the stage while Biden would be "driving in circles," not knowing where to go following a speech.
As Trump made his way to the back of the stage, he performed an act that depicted Vice President Biden walking into a wall, throwing up his hands in exasperation, and then presumably understanding the exit was to his side of the stage.
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The crowd in Las Vegas roared enthusiastically as Trump performed his act.
Benny Johnson, a political journalist on the Republican side, wrote in a post on the website X that Trump's "mocking Biden getting lost on stage is becoming a new classic."
After that, Trump continued to make fun of Biden by asking the crowd to evaluate his nicknames for him, which were "Sleepy Joe Biden" and "Crooked Joe Biden." It seems that "Crooked" won the audience over.
Concerns have been raised regarding Biden's capacity to lead successfully as a result of his propensity to get off topic while he is speaking, as well as instances that have been recorded on camera showing him tripping or falling over.
If elected to a second term, Joe Biden would become the oldest individual to ever hold the office of President, reaching the age of 86. Although Trump is 77 years old, there is less worry expressed in polls about his age.
The primary election polls in 2024 are dominated by Trump and Biden, but the general election polls show a close match-up between the two candidates in what may be a repeat of the 2020 race.
During the course of his remarks, Trump also touched on matters of policy. If elected to a second term in office, he has vowed to immediately reverse the measures that Vice President Joe Biden has implemented on the border between the United States and Mexico.
“On Day One, we’re going to terminate every single open borders policy of the Biden administration. And we will begin the single-largest domestic deportation operation in American history,” Trump said.
In addition, Trump discussed the criminal accusations that he is currently facing. These indictments include two counts presented by special counsel Jack Smith regarding the 2020 election and his handling of secret data.
Trump asserted that Biden's statements "indicted the leading candidate of the Republican Party."