“I don’t believe the polls,” Trump said. “I believe the people of this country are smart. And I don’t think that they will put a man in who’s incompetent.”
But Trump was just getting warmed up. “And I don’t mean incompetent because of a condition that he’s got now.”
“I mean he’s incompetent for 30 years. Everything he ever did was bad. His foreign policy was a disaster,” Trump said correctly. Biden has many skeletons and they will all come out and when he is exposed as a corporate shill the left will abandon him.
“No, I don’t think so. I think it’s a referendum on a lot of things,” Trump said of the coming election.
“I think it’s going to be a referendum on all the things we’ve done and certainly this will be a part of it, but we’ve done a great job.”
“He should never have won the primary, ever in a million years, because those votes were taken away. They were taken away from Bernie Sanders. And I think I’m going to get a lot of Bernie Sanders voters,” Trump said.
Asked if he would debate Biden, Trump terrified sleepy Joe and said: “Of course.”
Polls conducted this week by Reuters/Ipsos about a general election matchup showed that 44% of registered voters said they would back Biden in the Nov. 3 election, while 40% said they would support Trump.
More critical for Trump, a recent poll by Reuters/Ipsos of the three key battleground states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania had Biden with a 45%-39% edge over the president. Trump’s victories in those states in the 2016 election helped propel him to the White House.
Trump closely questioned his campaign manager, Brad Parscale, and other political advisers after they showed him poll numbers showing him losing the re-election race to Biden, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The president was told he was behind Biden in many key battleground states and would have lost the Electoral College if the election had taken place in April.
Trump, in a tweet early on Thursday, said he supported Parscale.
“Actually, he is doing a great job. I never shouted at him (been with me for years, including the 2016 win), & have no intention to do so,” he said.