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Biden says convicted felon Trump has succumbed and is unhinged


Biden says convicted felon Trump has succumbed and is unhinged, President Biden said Trump has snapped and that the unhinged ex-president is only concerned with protecting his freedom after being convicted of a crime.

The president, according to the White House pool report, said at a fundraiser:

You know, he snapped when he lost. I mean this sincerely. He cannot accept that he has lost. It literally drives him crazy. That’s why January 6 happened – and now he’s running again. Not only is he obsessed with losing in 2020, he’s also a bit unhinged right now. I am serious. Just listen to him.

He says he wants to – he wants to quote that he wants to be a dictator on day one. He says he wants to end the Constitution, and these are his words. He calls convicted insurgents in prison patriots. He says if he were elected, he would pardon everyone. Trump says that if he loses again in November, these are his words, there will be a bloodbath. His sentence. There will be a massacre.

During his campaign, Trump made it clear that he wants revenge. And now, after his criminal conviction, it is clear to him that he is concerned about preserving his freedom.

Biden doesn’t hold back, and he was right too. Trump is even more unhinged. The ex-president claims the current president will appear at the first presidential debate on cocaine. Joe Biden is 81 years old. He’s not going to do coke before a presidential debate.

President Biden hit the nail on the head when he said that since his criminal conviction, Donald Trump has only been interested in preserving his freedom. This reality makes Trump particularly dangerous, as he will do anything to return to the White House.

Biden won’t stop Trump. The president isn’t playing the nice guy. Joe Biden seems to understand what’s at stake in this election, and he’s laying it out plainly for all to see.



Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.

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