Trump says Biden has ‘no experience’ because he ‘doesn’t remember what he did yesterday’ – The Sun
DONALD Trump claims his likely election rival Joe Biden has never been known as a "smart person" and doesn’t "remember what he did yesterday".
Biden’s mental sharpness has been called into question ever since he launched his White House bid last April with blunder following blunder after bluder.
Trump has branded Biden, 77, "Sleepy Joe" is four years older than him, and has claimed he has "absolutely no idea what’s happening" and "doesn’t know he’s alive".
Biden even calls himself "the gaffe-machine".
In an interview on Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson, Trump said Biden was forgetful when asked what Biden's "strongest feature" was as a competitor.
He said: "Well I would have said experience but he doesn't really have experience because I don't think he remembers what he did yesterday.
"So how is that experience?
"He has been there a long time. He was never known as a smart person."
'I CAN TALK ABOUT WEAK POINTS ALL DAY'
When asked to name one good thing about Biden, Trump could not think of something off the top of his head.
But when asked about negative things, he claimed he could "talk about weak points all day long".
He was speaking after Biden issued a grovelling apology on Friday after his latest gaffe where he said "you ain't black" if you vote for Trump over him.
Katrina Pierson, a senior adviser to Trump's 2020 campaign and leader of Black Voices for Trump, said in a statement Biden's comments were "racist and dehumanizing".
In another faux pas last week Biden dropped a coronavirus clanger by claiming 85,000 jobs have been lost in the US as a result of Covid-19 and millions of Americans have died.
But reality it was the other way round with at least 85,000 Americans dead and 36.5million having lost their jobs.
That blunder follows a previous bungle, where he called the disease Covid-9, rather than Covid-19 — and referred to Wuhan where the disease originated as "Luhan".
In another howler, Biden mixed up Memorial Day and Labor Day during an interview on CBSN Pittsburgh.
Later on in the interview, he mistakenly referred to N95 masks as “N96” masks.
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