After mentioning the protests that have erupted across the country and the autonomous zone situation in Seattle, Washington, — which the president described as “they’re taking over American cities” — the president told Fox News’ Sean Hannity, “In all cases, it’s Democrats.”
He then suggested, “Joe Biden would have that be the whole country.”
He then went on to criticize Biden, as he also said during Thursday evening’s town hall, “It’s so crazy what’s happening. Here’s a guy who doesn’t talk. Nobody hears him. Whenever he does talk, he can’t put two sentences together.”
“I don’t want to be nice or un-nice. Okay?” Trump continued. “But, I mean, the man can’t speak,” before suggesting that Biden “is going to be your president.”
Trump said, “He’s going to be your president because some people don’t love me maybe. And, you know, all I’m doing is doing my job.” He then went on to tout his administration’s numbers regarding the economy.
See his comments below (starting at 6:45):
Earlier in the town hall, Trump also said that the violence in cities like Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit and Oakland are “worse” than Afghanistan and Honduras.
“They want help. These cities, it’s like living in hell,” Trump said.
Trump’s remark regarding Biden comes as a survey by The New York Times/Siena College published this week shows Biden gaining a lead in six battleground states. This comes months ahead of the presidential election, which will be held on November 3.