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Bill Maher Says Joe Biden Is 'Going To Lose' Election And 'S**t The Bed' In Trump Debate

Bill Maher, who has long called for President Joe Biden to step down as the Democratic candidate in this year’s election against Donald Trump, reiterated that stance on Friday’s episode of “Real Time” following Biden’s disastrous performance during Thursday’s presidential debate.

“Joe, he famously loves trains — just not of thought,” said Maher. “Just all night, confused and halting and trailing off. I’ve seen beauty pageant contestants answer questions better. I don’t want to say he shit the bed, but his new Secret Service name is Amber Heard.”

“What should the Democratic Party do?” he asked later on the show. “I advocate for them — and I said it nine months ago, with my editorial called ‘Ruth Bader Biden,’ that he should step down. That’s my position [and] that’s some people’s positions today.”

Maher pointed to a growing chorus of political pundits, plus the editorial board of The New York Times, who have recently pressed Biden to drop out. And while he vowed to vote for Biden’s “head in a jar of blue liquid” if it meant once again defeating Trump, Maher didn’t hold back.

“I feel the whole rationale for Biden running has always been ‘I’m the only guy who can beat [Trump],’” he told his panelists Chris Matthews and former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (I-Hawaii). “Now I think it’s inverted. I think he’s the only guy who could lose to him.”

The comedian played a clip from the debate in which Biden was asked about his record on the economy but trailed off incoherently. Maher, who compared the blunder to a knockout from boxer Mike Tyson, said it was the moment he knew “this election is over.”

Matthews argued a Biden victory is essential to protect U.S. democracy and that stepping down is “his decision.” Gabbard, who has expressed

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