Trump on Biden's Claim Military Will Remove Him From WH: He's 'Not All There'
President responds to former Vice President's 'conspiracy theory'
President Donald Trump responded to former Vice President Joe Biden's recent remarks that the military may remove him from the White House if he loses the election and refuses to leave.
The President told Fox News's, Harris Faulkner:
“Look, Joe’s not all there, everybody knows it," explaining this was the first time he heard Biden remarks.
“It’s sad when you look at it, and you see it for yourself," Trump said.
"He’s created his own sanctuary city in the basement of wherever he is, and he doesn’t come out.”
The President then directly responded to Biden's comments:
“And certainly, if I don’t win, I don’t win," Trump said.
"I mean, you know, go on and do other things. I think it would be a very sad thing for our country.”
Neon Nettle reported last week that Biden said he expects the military to remove Trump from the White House if he loses the election.
"I promise you: I am absolutely convinced they will escort him from the White House with great dispatch."
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany blasted Biden's remarks as “conspiracy theories" before saying Trump is looking forward to November.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also jumped on the conspiracy bandwagon with a statement she made about Jared Kushner and the date of the presidential election in response to the New York Times headline:
“Kushner, Law Aside, Doesn’t Rule Out Moving 2020 Election.”
“I can’t believe I have to write this sentence, but the president’s son-in-law doesn’t get to decide when the election is,” said Clinton in a tweet.
I can’t believe I have to write this sentence, but the president's son-in-law doesn't get to decide when the election is. https://t.co/7CrpHny6TF— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 13, 2020
Biden also claimed, without evidence, that Trump is planning to "steal" the coming election.
"This president is going to try to steal this election," the former vice president continued.
"This is a guy who said that all mail-in ballots are fraudulent, voting by mail, while he sits behind the desk in the Oval Office and writes his mail-in ballot to vote in a primary."