Trump: Biden Doesn't Know 'What Office He's Running For'
President slams Biden, 'he doesn't know where he is, or what he's doing'
President Donald Trump blasted former Vice President Joe Biden's gaffes saying the presidential candidate doesn't know "what office he's running for."
"Sleepy Joe doesn’t know where he is, or what he’s doing."
"Honestly, I don’t think he even knows what office he's running for!"
Trump's tweet included a montage of shocking Biden gaffes.
The President's tweet followed comments he made at a campaign rally in North Carolina on the eve of Super Tuesday earlier Monday night.
“Tomorrow, voters in states across the nation for Super Tuesday — not Super Thursday. Oh, he said Super Thursday! You can’t do these things. Can you imagine if I said Super Thursday? I would be over, right? I would be over,” Trump said.
Last year, Biden's brain neurosurgeon insisted the former Vice President has not suffered brain damage and is in good health, despite mounting concerns about his mental condition.
But the number of slip-ups and blunders during televised interviews has brought Biden under more scrutiny.
One of Biden's most notable gaffes came during a speech in Urbandale, Iowa, when he managed to place two of the most historically poignant moments of the 1960s in the wrong decade.
"Just like in my generation, when I got out of school when Bobby Kennedy and Dr. King had been assassinated in the '70s, the late '70s when I got engaged,’" Biden said of the two murders.
WOW! Sleepy Joe doesn’t know where he is, or what he’s doing. Honestly, I don’t think he even knows what office he's running for! pic.twitter.com/454v9GFpgF— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 3, 2020
#EricTrump says his father, President Donald Trump, would “destroy” former Vice President #JoeBiden, should the two come face-to-face for a presidential debate.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) March 3, 2020
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Biden then reverted to the correct decade, later on, referencing a number of cultural trends that roiled the US during the sixties.
"Um, you know, up to that time remember – none of you women will know this, but a couple of men may remember – that was a time in the early, late ’60s, early ’60s, and ’60s…"
Following the departure of presidential candidates Tom Steyer, former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), the 2020 Democratic presidential primary race has cleared up in favor of Biden.
Both Buttigieg and Klobuchar have since endorsed Biden.
On Monday, Trump said the presidential candidate's departure was a sign of Democrats attempting to blunt the rise of progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
"Pete Buttigieg is OUT. All of his SuperTuesday votes will go to Sleepy Joe Biden. Great timing. This is the REAL beginning of the Dems taking Bernie out of play - NO NOMINATION, AGAIN!"