President Trump tore into Joe Biden’s frequent campaign gaffes, saying Monday that Biden will live in “a home” if he’s elected president.
“They’re going to put him into a home and other people are going to be running the country,” Trump said. “And they’re going to be super left radical crazies.”
Trump added: “They’re going to be super left radical crazy. Joe’s gonna be in a home. He’ll be watching television and everything will be just fine.”
Trump focused his fire on Biden on the eve of Democrats’ 14-state Super Tuesday, and after the former vice president picked up significant momentum against frontrunner Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, whose vow to carry out a socialist “revolution” terrifies establishment Democrats.
Biden won the South Carolina primary in a landslide Saturday and on Monday, two leading centrist competitors — Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg — dropped out and endorsed Biden.
But Trump reminded his audience in Charlotte, North Carolina, that Biden recently claimed he’s running for the Senate and that he’s seeking victory on “Super Thursday.”
“He said Super Thursday, you can’t do these things. Can you imagine? If I said Super Thursday, it be over,” Trump said.
Trump added that Biden recently claimed 150 million Americans — almost half of the U.S. population — were killed by guns.
“He doesn’t even know where he is, or what he’s doing, or what office he’s running for,” Trump said.
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg, vying against Biden for centrist votes, received relatively light ribbing after Trump brutally mocked his height Saturday by crouching behind a podium and squealing.
“What a mess he is. The worst debate performance in the history of presidential debates,” Trump said of Bloomberg.