This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
Joe Biden moved into the White House on the strength of an election in 2020 that still is doubted, based on outside influences including a media conspiracy to suppress damaging information about his family and Mark Zuckerberg’s $400-plus million handout to recruit Democrat voters.
Biden, who hasn’t announced his intention to run for another term, which would not end until he’s an ultra-senior citizen of 86, often has claimed he would beat President Donald Trump, who already is running, in a 2024 rematch.
But now Biden has referred to Trump as the “former, and maybe future, president.”
The New York Post explained, “Biden sounded pessimistic about his re-election chances Thursday, calling his predecessor and 2024 challenger Donald Trump the ‘maybe future president’ of the United States.”
He also referred to himself as “400” years old.
The comments came during a speech in which he rambled about a variety of topics.
“I had a big fight with the former president — and maybe future president,” Biden said, adding as the audience booed, “Bless me, Father.”
He said, “The big fight you may remember going on was our good friend, the former president, decided all the inspectors general … he fired them all. I said, ‘You shouldn’t do that.’ Well, guess what? Now we’re finding out there’s billions of [COVID-19 relief] dollars were stolen.”
The report noted Biden, as usual, “veered off-script repeatedly.”
Another topic was his proposed $7 trillion national budget, which is expected to be dead on arrival at the Capitol. He wants to raise $5.5 trillion in new taxes from Americans over 10 years.
He also promised to protect Social Security and Medicare, which Republicans also have promised.