Former President Donald Trump is, once again, warning Americans that President Joe Biden could play a significant role in bringing about the next world war.
Trump, according to the Washington Examiner, said as much in a speech that he gave on Friday at the Pray Vote Stand Summit in Washington D.C.
Take a look and listen:
While questioning Biden’s cognitive decline, Trump says it could lead us to World War 2….
77 isn’t much better than 80 when you’re talking about a 4 year term.
— AG (@AGHamilton29) September 16, 2023
In the above video, Trump refers to Biden as "corrupt," "the worst predict in the history of our country," and "cognitively impaired."
"We have a man who is totally corrupt and the worst president in the history of our country, who is cognitively impaired, in no condition to lead, and is now in charge of dealing with Russia and possible nuclear war," Trump said.
It was here that Trump warned those in attendance that Biden could legitimately bring about the next world war.
"Just think of it. We would be in World War II very quickly if we’re going to be relying on this man, and far more devastating than any war," the former president said.
Trump clearly meant to say "World War III," not "World War II." We know this because Trump has warned that Biden could bring about World War III on numerous previous occasions. But, Trump misspoke on this occasion.
Trump, in fact, made a number of uncharacteristic gaffes on the night. And, commentators have decided to focus on these gaffes, rather than the important points that Trump was trying to make.
Trump, for example, also appeared, at one point, to mix up Biden and former President Barack Obama. Trump, however, managed to catch himself just in time.
As you know, crooked Joe Biden and the radical left thugs have weaponized law enforcement to arrest their leading political opponent, and leading by a lot, including Obam — I’ll tell you what. You take a look at Obama and take a look at some of the things that he’s done, this is the same thing.
Some are now trying to compare Trump's gaffes on Friday to Biden's gaffes. Some are using this to argue that both Biden, 80, and Trump, 77, are too old to be seeking reelection.