Joe Biden confident he will defeat Donald Trump: “I’m running and I’m going to win” | United States | Latest | WORLD

The president of United States, took momentum on Friday in its offensive against the former Republican president (2017-2021) and he not only mocked the mistakes of his foreseeable rival in November, but also assured that just as he won in 2020, he will do it again in 2024.

The Democratic president was met by a crowd in Madison, Wisconsin, on the same day that ABC broadcast his first televised interview since the June 27 election debate, in which he raised alarm bells by appearing hesitant and unable to finish some sentences.

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Biden said he was aware of those who wondered if he would continue his candidacy and criticised him for being too old at 81: “This is my answer. I am running and I am going to win,” he told a sympathetic audience.

The president also resorted to humor: “I know I look 40”he said, asking those present if they think he is too old to ban assault weapons, protect Social Security or beat Trump: “I won it in 2020 and I will do it again.”

In his brief speech, he took the opportunity to look back and reproach the Republican politician for past mistakes. During the celebration of Independence Day in 2019, he recalled, he said that the Americans defeated the British Army at the end of the 18th century by taking over the airports.

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The first powered flight, attributed to the Wright brothers, took place in December 1903. “And then they say I’m the one who’s wrong,” said Biden, who has already been publicly asked by governors and legislators from his own party to evaluate his candidacy or to withdraw altogether.


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