Biden calls Trump an ’idiot’ for dismissing Russian election interference

Biden calls Trump an ’idiot’ for dismissing Russian election interference

In an interview that aired Sunday, former VP Biden railed against President Trump for his continued assertion that Russian election interference in elections is a ’hoax’. Biden said he is ’very concerned’ about the prospect of foreign interference in the 2020 election. Biden said, ’The Russians don’t want me to be president and Trump doesn’t want me to be the nominee’.

Timothy
Timothy
atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 7 months

The ultimate irony of this whole narrative is that anyone would take Biden's campaign seriously and that Trump somehow felt the need to damage it. Biden may be OK in the polls, but honestly can anyone that has heard him bumble though debates and speaking engagements say they would vote for him to be POTUS?!

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 7 months

Is Biden actually running? Last I checked he couldn’t even afford to buy his own campaign website. Trump bought it as a troll campaign.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 7 months

Ok then... show me the proof... Biden (Proceeds to speak in Agulagahuagahgsha)

O'Brien
O'Brien 7 months

Old man yells at cloud.

porcus
porcus 7 months

Biden bumbling his way through attempted FUD. He _really_ needs to stop talking about Ukraine if he wants any chance of being nominated by the Dems.

John Doh
John Doh 7 months

Mueller Report: No collusion. Dems: BUT... BUT.....

Knight's
Knight's 7 months

Biden should know. he paid for some Russian help in 2016

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 7 months

Seriously... Facebook and Google did more to interfere with the 2016 election than any foreign government.

Asura Bomb
Asura Bomb 7 months

Joe... We all know you're just in this to line them pockets. Too bad you lost that website. Damn fool.

R0411
R0411 7 months

He is calling Trump an idiot...I wonder if he has seen one of recent speeches? Totally the pot calling the kettle black.

Jose
Jose 7 months

Russian interference, American interference, the truth is the oppressors don’t want to educate the masses so their interference campaigns work.

- Minus -
- Minus - 7 months

Corn pop

David
David 7 months

Biden doesn't have the intelligence to be President. He's what's been wrong with the crooked political farce here in the US

EnervatedSociety
EnervatedSociety 7 months

Am I the only one not at all concerned with “Russian election interference”? As long as a foreign country isn’t literally fudging the numbers of a vote I welcome the information, truths, lies, and or propaganda. I’ll make up my own damn mind what is truth and what isn’t. If I were a weaker person I’d actually feel insulted by politicians basically suggesting that I’m too stupid to see through the BS. Just speaking for myself, I’m no more likely to believe lies and or propaganda coming from Russia than I am those of America. At the end of the day: empirical evidence > everything else As for everyone else I say let the information flow and the people can decide what they want to believe.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 7 months

The truly absurd thing about this Democrat narrative is that all the Democrat supporters and media shills really believe the Russians interfered. And so why did the Russians not want a Democrat US President? If they are correct?

John W
John W 7 months

there was no real amount of interference. a few ads for Burnie Sanders is not real interference. https://www.politico.com/story/2017/09/26/facebook-russia-trump-sanders-stein-243172 nobody cares about the money China was throwing around. https://fortune.com/2018/03/01/russia-social-media-energy-policy/ Russian agents attempted to manipulate Americans’ opinions about pipelines, fossil fuels, fracking and climate change.” According to the report, groups such as the Internet Research Agency, a Russian company with links to the Russian government, used propaganda to target Energy Transfer Partners’ Dakota Access Pipeline, TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline, and other projects. Russian-sponsored agents also funneled money to U.S. environmental groups in an attempt to portray energy companies in a negative way and disrupt domestic energy markets, the report said.

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