Trump Mocks Biden at Florida Rally as Former Vice President Makes New Gaffes
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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – US President Donald Trump once again mocked Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, telling thousands of people at the campaign rally in Sanford, Florida, that the Democrats will turn America into a “socialist nightmare”.
Trump told his Florida supporters on Monday that he was in great shape and feeling energised, which was not the case with Biden.
Trump said that Biden was “owned by the radical globalists” who have shipped away US jobs and shut down US factories, forcing the US to engage in “endless wars”.
On Monday, Biden apparently could not recollect the name of ex-Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, who ran against former President Barack Obama in 2012. Biden referred to him as “a Mormon, the governor”.
Later, at a campaign event in Toledo, the former vice president failed to define the post he is actually running for in this election. It was not clear if that was misspoken or he was just daydreaming, but in February, he made a similar mistake at a Democratic event in South Carolina saying that he is Democratic candidate for the United State’s Senate.
Earlier this month, Trump pulled out of the proposed second scheduled debate with Biden. The US president announced his decision after the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced the debate would be virtual in order to eliminate any risk of contracting the novel coronavirus.
Trump tested positive for COVID-19 at the start of October and was hospitalized at the Walter Reed Military Medical Center. Ahead of the Monday campaign rally in Florida, White House Physician Dr Sean Conley said that Trump had tested negative for the coronavirus “on consecutive days” and was not infectious to others.