(Liberty Bell) – Well, you’ve got to hand it to Biden.
For how hysterically horrible his campaign is going, he’s still fully confident that not only can he win the White House, but that President Trump is actually afraid to run against him.
Try not to laugh, I dare you.
During an interview on Monday’s edition of “CNN Tonight,” Biden declared that Trump “is obsessed with me, and he should be, with good reason. Because I will beat him.”
“Look, he’s deathly afraid to face me,” he continued.
“Have you ever — you can’t answer it I know, but rhetorical question, have you ever seen a sitting president spend as much time, money, and effort, including risking being impeached and thrown out of office to decide to eliminate one of his potential opponents in a primary — I mean, that are running in a primary for the general election?” he rambled on.
“This guy is obsessed with me, and he should be, with good reason. Because I will beat him,” he concluded.
Why, because the Biden campaign is going so well?
Because the claims made against him and his crooked family members are so baseless?
Because impeachment was so successful for the Democrats?
Gosh, I think it’s safe to say this guy has genuinely fallen into dementia.
Meanwhile, on the campaign trail, Biden has given up on New Hampshire completely because he’s polling so poorly though.
His campaign seems less belligerently confident than he is though.
Fox News reports:
Joe Biden’s campaign national press secretary Symone Sanders told Fox News Monday the former vice president can still survive and even thrive in the race for the Democratic nomination, even if he does not top the field in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary.
Sanders said Biden has been spending a lot of time campaigning in the Granite State and said reports that the campaign has low expectations in the state are largely unfounded.
“Biden has been campaigning vigorously … in New Hampshire and we think that the voters of New Hampshire — they have not gone to the polls yet and they are going to give us the rankings on Tuesday. The reality is, that whatever happens tomorrow, vice president Biden will be in the race,” she said, referring to reports that claimed the 77-year-old would drop out if he similarly finished outside the top three as he did in Iowa.