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Trump bulldozes Biden with lies while stumbling president fails to keep up

It took less than 10 minutes for President Joe Biden to nearly completely freeze for four seconds before mistakenly blurting out that he “beat Medicare.”

The president has spent the last several years underscoring Donald Trump’s antidemocratic threat and the nation’s slide into autocracy under his administration.

But within minutes into their debate rematch ahead of the 2024 presidential election on Thursday, it appeared that the only thing standing in the way of that dark vision of America’s future was a frail 81-year-old man who couldn’t respond to a 90-minute stream of lies.

The Democratic president was hoarse and his responses were often strung together in brief, confusing and disconnected phrases. His Republican rival, without any real-time fact-checking, unloaded bogus claims that bulldozed his opponent and the debate moderators.

At one point, Biden appeared to lose his train of thought in a hard-to-follow sentence before he left open a long and awkward moment of silence that only gave Trump more ammunition.

Biden said he wanted to make sure “every single solitary person” was eligible for “what I’ve been able to do with the Covid – excuse me, with, dealing with everything we had to do with, look,” he said before looking down and pausing for several seconds.

“We finally beat Medicare,” he eventually said by mistake.

“Well, he’s right,” Trump replied. “He did beat Medicare. He beat it to death.”

Since they last met, Trump unsuccessfully tried to overturn the results of the election he lost, failed to stop a mob from storming the halls of Congress to do it by force, got indicted in four separate cases encompassing 88 criminal charges, and became the first-ever American president to be criminally convicted.


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