Biden Once Again Threatens to Physically Harm President Trump

Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate has had a history of threatening physical assault against President Donald Trump.

In 2018, Biden said, “I would have “beat the hell out” of Trump for comments about women.”


This statement from Biden was ironic considering the former Vice President has a history of sexual harassment against multiple women.

Back in March of 2018, President Trump responded to Biden's threats in a tweet: “Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn’t know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don’t threaten people Joe!”

To nobody's surprise, Biden once again threatened physical violence against the President in an interview with CNN.

I am look forward to ""slap Trump in the mouth," Biden said.

"You walk behind me in a debate, come here, man. You know me too well. The idea I’d be intimidated by Donald Trump? He’s the bully that I knew my whole life," he continued.


Biden's outlandish comment is not surprising considering the Democrat has been slipping in the polls after his terrible performance during the first round of the Democratic debates.

During the debate, Biden seemed very confused, off topic and wasn't even paying attention during some points of the debate. At one point, he even cut himself off after he ran out of things to say.

"I'm the guy that extended the voting rights act for 25 years," Biden started. "We got to the place where we got 98 out of the 98 votes in the United States sentate doing it. I have also argued very strongly that we in fact deal with the notion of denying people access to the ballot box..."

Surprisingly, Biden then cut himself off. "I agree that everybody once they in fact...anyway... my time is up."

Barack Obama's former advisor David Axelrod even hammered former Vice President Biden after his horrible debate performance.

The former advisor said that Biden seemed "confused" and "defensive" adding that it was a "tougher night" for the "seasoned candidates."

"They seemed like part of the past rather than the future," Axelrod explained.

He then went on to slam Biden.

"At times, the vice president seemed somewhat confused to me in handling some of the questions... He actually seemed a bit defensive," Axelrod said. "Bernie Sanders... he might have been a hologram. A lot of what we've heard tonight we've heard many, many times before."

"I think they seemed a bit mired in the past," he added.

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