(Patriot.Buzz) – Highlighting Joe Biden’s inefficiency in handling foreign relations effectively, former President Donald Trump ruthlessly mocked Biden’s interaction with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
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With the Iowa caucus looming just under two months away, Trump took the stage at a recent rally in Fort Dodge, Iowa, to deride “crooked” Biden, who appeared to be disoriented during his meeting with Xi in San Francisco.
Trump’s critique extended to the media’s reception of his own comments about President Xi. He noted the media’s disfavor when he spoke positively of the Chinese leader while also theatrically imitating Biden’s confusion during the summit, to the crowd’s amusement.
In a scathing assessment, Trump remarked, “Crooked Joe Biden was in San Francisco for a summit with China looking like he had absolutely no idea where he was, what was happening, what the hell he was supposed to do.”
He continued by contrasting Biden’s demeanor with that of President Xi, whom he described as resembling “a piece of granite” and possessing considerable strength and intelligence. Trump lamented that such astute leaders are dealing with what he considers incompetent American leadership, bluntly stating, “Our leader is a stupid person…This is the guy we have keeping us out of nuclear war.”
Recent polls have indicated a decline in Biden’s popularity in hypothetical general election scenarios against Trump. A Morning Consult poll from early November shows Trump leading in six major swing states, a reversal from the 2020 election results.
Trump also drew attention to his legal challenges, comparing his situation to that of the infamous gangster Al Capone. Emphasizing the severity of his indictments, Trump said, “And by the way, I’ve been indicted more times than Alphonse Capone. He’s the most vicious of all gangsters…He was indicted one time, I was indicted four times.” He asserted that these indictments have prompted him to adopt a more aggressive stance against Biden, whom he labeled as “the worst president we’ve ever had.”
In the Republican primary polls, Trump remains a formidable contender, leading significantly in the race for the Iowa primary. According to FiveThirtyEight, as of mid-November, Trump’s support in Iowa stands at approximately 44.9%, overshadowing his six Republican rivals.