Trump: Biden really has no ‘experience’ since he can’t remember what he did yesterday

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With the media doing its part to help Joe Biden weather a sexual assault allegation — the #MeToo movement being the sacrificial lamb —  the former vice president’s odds of being the 2020 Democratic Party presidential nominee are holding strong.

But one issue the 77-year-old Biden will not escape as easily will be all the concerns about his mental agility and whether there’s a slow, steady decline underway.

President Donald Trump will assure as much, as seen in a clip of an interview with former CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson, set to air Sunday on the Sinclair Broadcasting syndicated “Full Measure News.”

The president was asked about Biden’s “strongest feature as a competitor in politics.”

“Well I would have said experience but he doesn’t really have experience because I don’t think he remembers what he did yesterday,” Trump responded. “So how is that experience? He’s been there a long time — he was never known as a smart person –”

“Pick one thing,” Attkisson interjected.

The president paused, racking the recesses of his brain, shaking his head all the while, but came up empty.

Sensing she would have better luck with a focus on Biden’s weaknesses, Attkisson let him off the hook by shifting there.

“He’s got many,” Trump quickly replied. “I could talk about weak points all day long.”

Given Trump’s well-known bluntness when it comes to political adversaries, it’s not hard to think a one-on-one match up with seemingly fast-fading Biden could be one for the ages.

Considering that Joe Biden was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1973, when Richard Nixon sat in the White House and Americans were still in Vietnam, the Democrat has been entrenched in Washington politics for 47 years.

That’s nearly half a century.

Yet, Biden will attempt to sell the country on the belief that he has the answers to the problems this country faces — problems many a critic would argue he helped create.

In Sunday’s interview, Trump talks about taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure for coronavirus — in the face of the mad rush by the Trump-hating media to find sources discounting the drug as being deadly.

The president also talks about FBI misconduct and spying on his campaign, and the infamous “insurance policy” disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok texted mistress and bureau attorney Lisa Page about, to reassure her about the possibility of Trump being elected president.

“[They thought ‘Clinton is] going to win but just in case she doesn’t, we have an insurance policy.’ And now I beat them on the insurance policy. And now they’re being exposed,” Trump tells Attkisson.

On that note, the commander in chief talks about having “a chance to break the deep state.”

“If it keeps going the way it’s going, I have a chance to break the deep state,” Trump told Attkisson. “It’s a vicious group of people.

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