Donald Trump says Biden is "mentally gone" reacting to President's false claim that there had been no vaccine when he arrived at the White House
Donald Trump reacted to Joe Biden’s recent false claim that there had been no COVID-19 vaccine when he and Kamala Harris entered the White House, saying that his successor is either lying or “mentally gone.”
Well, the both variants are right.
Donald Trump attacked the ole Joe during his first after departing office interview last week. Speaking about Biden’s claim the former president said that it was a “very dumb statement.” Otherwise, what was it that Biden himself was vaccinated with before his inauguration?
“We were giving millions of shots, millions of doses,” Trump said. “So he was either not telling the truth or he’s mentally gone. One or the other.”
On February 16, Biden told a CNN town hall meeting:
“It’s one thing to have the vaccine - which we didn’t have when we came into office - but a vaccinator: How do you get the vaccine into someone’s arm?”
The critics immediately pointed out that a vaccine had been available in the U.S. since before Christmas.
When asked about his plans to return to the politics and to run for president in 2024, Trump said, “I won’t say yet. But we have tremendous support.”
Trump also said that except of creating his own political party, his team is working on the option of building his own platform on the table, referring to that Twitter became “boring” without him.