Joe Biden defended his cognitive ability at his first press conference in three months, and said that as the election duel heats up, he “can’t wait” to compare it with President Trump.
In response to Doug McKelway’s question on Fox News, Biden said: “I’ve taken the test and I’ve been taking the test.” “Look, all you have to do is look at me, I can’t wait to compare my cognitive ability with the cognitive ability of the person I’m fighting against.”
Biden’s press conference in Delaware was ostensibly about how he would respond to the coronavirus pandemic, but the former vice president also slammed the current White House resident because he told reports that Russian intelligence personnel were willing to The Taliban’s reports of militants offering rewards responded. Forces in Afghanistan.
At the first press conference in nearly three months, Biden objected to the “obligation concession”
Biden said on Tuesday that Trump would not understand intelligence is unimaginable and questioned the president’s cognitive ability.
Biden said: “The president talks about cognitive ability, but he doesn’t understand what happened.” The president’s blow to him was reversed.
Biden also called on Congress to investigate the matter and “let the public decide whether he is fit for office” when election day comes.
Trump, 74, and his campaign immediately followed Biden, 77, because of his frequent rudeness, he launched a fake “investigation” series in May, highlighting his Many speech errors in the campaign.
Tim Murtaugh, Trump’s campaign communications director, said in the video: “Americans should know the truth behind Joe Biden’s stupid and ridiculous claims during the campaign.” “When When he revised the text of the Declaration of Independence or called someone a “liar, pony soldier facing a dog”, was he really speaking a language that only he and some others could understand?”
However, Biden disclosed his lifelong struggle to overcome stuttering in February, and defenders believe that this may sometimes be a factor in his widely publicized stumbling block history.
Trump’s verbal misconduct, rhetoric, and Twitter’s typos are all part of it.
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Trump, famous for his “sleeping Joe”, said in an interview with Vanity Fair in May: “I can’t wait to get on stage with Donald Trump,” he added: “Trump is a A nicknamed master in people.”
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The former vice president emphasized: “As far as energy is concerned… I compare my energy level with Donald Trump, and I have no problem, Donald Trump is the one I really refuse to nickname myself people.”
Paul Steinhauser of Fox News contributed to this report.