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‘I don’t debate as well as I used to – but I tell the truth’: Biden comes out swinging at Trump after debate disaster

Hours after the first presidential debate, where he struggled to keep up with Donald Trump’s avalanche of lies and couldn’t to string together coherent sentences,a visibly energized Joe Biden acknowledged the previous night’s failures in fired-up remarks to a raucous rally crowd in North Carolina.

“I know I’m not a young man, to state the obvious,” he said at the end of his remarks on Friday in Raleigh.

“Folks, I don’t walk as easy as I used to. I don’t speak as well as I used to. I don’t debate as well as I used to. But I know what I do know. I know how to tell the truth. I know right from wrong. I know how to to this job,” he said.

“I know what millions of Americans do: When you get knocked down you get back up.”

Biden had appeared befuddled and glassy-eyed on Thursday night in Atlanta as he attempted to counter Trump’s unchecked, bogus statements during their first debate since the 2020 election face-off.

On Friday, Biden sought to recast the performance, saying that he had “spent 90 minutes on stage debating a guy who has the morals of an alley cat.”

“Did you see Trump last night? … The most lies told in a single debate,” he added.

Over the course of the 90-minute debate, which took place in a CNN studio in Atlanta without an audience, the 81-year-old president sounded hoarse and was hard to hear at times, with responses consisting of disjointed facts presented in brief, confusing and disconnected phrases.

Trump — without any real-time fact-checking — unloaded bogus claims that bulldozed his opponent and the debate moderators, Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.

At one point, Biden appeared to lose his train of thought while attempting to answer a question about inflation before he left open a long and awkward moment of

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