Joe Biden was met with angry boos after he told a disapproving crowd of Democrats that Donald Trump is “maybe the future president.”
Biden appeared to go off-script during an address in Philadelphia.
The Democrat president was talking about his $6.8 trillion budget but it appeared Trump was on his mind.
Biden then wandered away from the podium, and his teleprompter, to recall a disagreement he claims to have had with Trump.
“I had a big fight with the former president, and maybe future president,” Biden said, triggering booing from the crowd of Democrat voters at a union hall.
“Bless me, Father,” Biden said as he tried to save himself.
“Anyway — all kidding aside,” he added before moving on.
Biden refers to Donald Trump as “the former president and maybe future president”
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President Donald Trump remains the clear favorite for the Republican nomination for 2024.
Last week, four polls showed him taking a large hypothetical lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is showing as the second favorite.
“And though the general election is still over a year and a half away, early polling shows a close race if Trump and Biden find themselves in a rematch- a February poll from Washington Post/ABC News showed Trump leading 48 to 45 percent among registered voters,” the Daily Mail reports.
As Slay News has previously reported, there are still questions swirling over Biden’s mental acuity heading into the next election.
Biden would 82-years-old by the time he started a second term in office.
Podcaster Joe Rogan recently said that he would “vote for Trump” while remaking that Biden was mentally “gone.”
Prominent Democrats are also privately opposing a 2024 presidential campaign run, despite being publicly afraid to do so.
First Lady Jill Biden also slammed questions about her husband’s cognitive performance as “ridiculous.”
To make her case, “Doctor” Biden cited her husband’s ability to travel internationally as proof that he is mentally competent.
During his speech in Philadelphia, Biden discussed his newly released $6.8 trillion budget proposal for the fiscal year 2024.
The word “equity” was mentioned 63 times, the word “transgender” was used eight times, and the word “queer” was used seven times.
In comparison, fentanyl appeared only twice while opioid was used only four times.