A very health and invigorated President Trump addressed thousands of supporters at a hangar in Sanford, FL, only ten days after testing positive for COVID.

During his speech to thousands, President Trump mocked Sleepy Joe Biden and his very bad day today.

“He’s not a nice guy, by the way,” Trump told the massive crowd of supporters. “People say, ‘Oh, he’s such a nice guy'” Trump said, adding, “He had a very bad day today.”

Trump pointed out Biden’s multiple mental snafus today that the media continues to ignore, “He forgot Romney’s name, he didn’t know what state he was in, and he said today, he’s a ‘proud Democrat running for Senate.'” He pointed out that this is the second time Biden has told his supporters he’s running for Senate.

“Can you imagine if I did that?” he asked. “It’s great to be with you, it’s great to be a wonderful developer from New York,” he said mockingly, adding “They’d say, ‘Get him out of here!”

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The crowd cheered loudly.

Watch:

https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1315791362978127875?s=20

Here’s Joe Biden today, telling his supporters today, that he’s running for Senate:

“We have to come together, that’s why I’m running as a proud Democrat for the Senate”

https://twitter.com/SVNewsAlerts/status/1315720979222597646?s=20

Trump is correct, today wasn’t the first time Biden told a crowd that he was running for Senate, here he is telling a crowd he is running for a Senate seat.

 

In the video below, Joe Biden was seen today, standing next to his carbon-free campaign plane, talking to the media. Biden, in the same tough-guy voice he uses when admonishing voters, told them, ‘You may remember, I got in trouble when one of the candidates, a senator who was a Mormon, and a governor, okay? And I took him on…”

 

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