Joe Biden is going to be very shocked when he loses the House and Senate to a “vastly diminished” and “fractured” Republican Party.
The American president took to the world stage to bash Former President Trump and his supporters during a press conference in Europe. He referred to Trump enthusiasts as a “significant minority” in the GOP as an effort to downplay his influence on a global scale.
After a day of NATO summit meetings with leaders of the world’s wealthiest nations, the cognitively-declining president spoke about Trump, his diminished influence, and the apparent “significant minority” Trump voters hold in the United States.
“I think it’s appropriate to say that the Republican party is vastly diminished in numbers, the leadership of the Republican party is fractured and the Trump wing of the party is the bulk of the party, but it makes up a significant minority of the American people.”
BIDEN: "The Republican Party is vastly diminished in numbers, the leadership of the Republican Party is fractured, and the Trump wing of the party is the bulk of the party, but it makes up a significant minority of the American people." pic.twitter.com/X3eangcP2f
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 14, 2021
A cherry-picked reporter then asked Biden a softball question in which a response was already prepared by his handlers.
The question was: “How can America’s allies trust that “America was back” after Trump’s presidency?”
This was Joe’s response:
*uncomfortably long pause*
"What I'm saying is them, to them, is, 'watch me.' … I mean, I'm not saying anything to them quite frankly."
— Bongino Report (@BonginoReport) June 14, 2021
Biden then referred to Trump’s America-First agenda as “phony populism” and said he believes the United States is currently in the process of moving past that era (even though it was those very policies that earned America global respect and a bustling economy.)
“I think this is passing. I don’t mean easily passing,” he said. “That’s why it’s so important that I succeed in my agenda.”
The gaffe-ridden president called on Republicans, “particularly young Republicans” to join forces with Democrats to form a coalition of bipartisan political leadership – arguably the most dangerous proposal for America ever espoused by Biden.
Without opposition from both parties, the United States becomes a nation ruled by one-party rule, aka tyranny.
He went on to blame the Former President for his role in events at the Capitol on Jan 6, even though Trump was in no way at fault. Biden reassured world leaders that the protests were not part of America’s “overall character.”
Biden lamented his GOP colleagues for their refusal to establish a hyper-partisan commission to investigate the events leading up to Jan 6 and for failing to challenge Trump’s influence in the their party.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney