Hunter Biden in a rally on Saturday at Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis and later in Kansas City, Missouri, admitted he could not win the election against Donald Trump, saying “Trump can only get re-elected”

During the rally, Joe Biden declared himself: “If you want a nominee who will bring this party together, who will run a progressive, positive campaign, and turn, turn this primary from a campaign that’s about negative attacks into one that’s about what we’re for — because we cannot get — re-elect — we cannot win this re-election — excuse me. We can only re-elect Donald Trump — if, in fact, we get engaged in this circular firing squad here. Gotta be a positive campaign, so join us.”

The muddled remarks led to renewed concerns from both Republicans and left-of-center commentators that Biden may be mentally unfit for the presidency. On Twitter, President Trump jokingly took Biden’s speech as a mangled endorsement.

“I agree with Joe!” Trump wrote, captioning a video of the address of Hunter Bien on his Twitter handle.

Trump suggested at a Fox News Town Hall last week that Biden isn’t fit for office, saying that Biden’s numerous gaffes were indicative of a competency issue.

“And then we have this crazy thing that happened on Tuesday, which he thought was Thursday. But he also said 150 million people were killed with guns, and that he was running for the U.S. Senate — there’s something going on there.”

With Biden set to potentially deliver a knockout blow to Bernie Sanders during Tuesday’s Michigan primary, some doctors and even some left-of-center commentators agree with the president’s assessment.


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