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Trump Recalls Past Remarks Attributed to Ted Kennedy About Biden’s Intelligence

via Trump White House Archived on Youtube
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Former President Donald Trump described President Joe Biden in a recent interview as “vicious” and “not smart at all.”

Trump claimed that Biden was regarded as the “dumbest” person in the U.S. Senate by former Senator Ted Kennedy.

Trump also accused Biden of fooling Americans with a “nice” image and suggested that Biden is being controlled by radical leftists. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

“I ran against him. I got far more votes than I did the first time. I feel I know him very well,” said Trump.

“A lot of times in dealmaking you know a person better if you’re doing deals than if you’re with that person all the time. He’s surrounded by vicious people, radical left people, and people that are ultimately going to destroy him. They give no quarter. They’re willing to do anything like weaponize the Justice Department and the FBI and all of those things can come back to hurt Joe and them and everybody else ultimately. There’s a level of viciousness that you don’t see. Joe Biden is a very vicious guy. He’s not a smart guy—not smart at all. All you have to do is look at his academic credentials. But he’s a very vicious guy,” he continued.

“He’s got this image of ‘nice,’ when Ted Kennedy—who I knew very well, he’s a Palm Beach guy, rich family, had a house on the ocean a mile down the road,” recalled Trump.

“I was very friendly with him for various reasons. I said to Ted Kennedy, ‘who’s the smartest guy in the Senate?’ He gave me a name I won’t tell you because I cannot stand the guy but it was really true he’s a smart guy. Then I said ‘who’s the dumbest?’ He said ‘probably Joe.’ I said ‘who’s Joe?’ He said ‘Joe Biden.’ I said ‘why is he the dumbest?’ He said ‘it’s because he doesn’t understand concepts, he doesn’t understand policy, and he doesn’t understand anything that is complicated like taxes and various other things.’ But, he said, ‘he’s hale and hearty and well-meant.’ It’s true, sort of, with the smile—you could see a friendliness there, but it’s not friendliness,” explained Trump.

“Ted Kennedy said he’s the dumbest guy in the Senate and now he’s our president,” lamented the former president.

He criticized the weaponization of law enforcement against political opponents and labeled the leftists steering Biden as “unrestrained lunatics.”

“Yeah, I think they are unrestrained lunatics,” said Trump.

“I believe they will do whatever is necessary but we’re going to win. We’re going to win. For instance, they indicted me four times and the greatest criminals on earth haven’t been indicted four times,” he concluded.

Additionally, Trump accused them of having “Trump Derangement Syndrome” and claimed they are using desperate measures to cling to power.

“I think he’s got Trump Derangement Syndrome. I think he’s got the biggest case of it,” said Trump about Joe Biden.

“I think they just want to stay in power,” he continued.

“I don’t think they care about the country. In many ways, they hate the country. Who could love the country when you’re letting 15 million people in? By the end of his term, I think they will have let 15 million people in. Who could love the country? I think, inwardly, they hate the country. They might not even be able to express that,” he suggested.

Trump described “They” as, “A group of radical left maniacs that are running the country for Biden—using him—I believe he’s a shell.

“He’s a vehicle and he turned out to be great for them,” said Biden’s biggest competition.

“None of them wanted him because he can’t speak and he couldn’t speak three years ago—he couldn’t speak at the debates. The last debate, he gave away the whole energy. He actually said he doesn’t want to do energy. I said that was a Perry Mason moment. But in the end, the press doesn’t pick it up. The press is dishonest not for what they say but for what they don’t say in many ways. It’s almost worse,” he explained.

Trump said, “I think what they’ve done with the weaponization and going after your political opponent—I think that’s one of the biggest moves made in politics in this country in a hundred years.”

“It’s never happened here. It has happened in banana republics and third world countries fairly routinely.”

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