In a fiery speech to members of the California Republican Party in Anaheim, former President Donald Trump didn’t hold back his punches. Taking aim at President Joe Biden and his numerous stage mishaps, Trump had the crowd roaring with laughter as he hilariously impersonated Biden’s struggles to find the exit points.
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) September 29, 2023
It’s no secret that President Biden has had his fair share of stage mishaps throughout his time in the White House. Whether it’s pointing aimlessly, motioning to staff members, or even saluting the crowd before wandering off stage, Biden just can’t seem to find his way out.
Biden forgot the Queen died and goes the wrong way off the stage despite being told to go the other way.
Totally normal behavior for the most powerful man in the world.pic.twitter.com/MJCHC1kS7k
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) June 16, 2023
Trump mocks Biden’s inability to navigate a stage
“I’ve never seen this stupid stage before. But i know if I walk left there’s a stair and if I walk right there’s a stair”
“This guy gets up — where am I? Where the hell am I?” pic.twitter.com/Z61VCzwHav
— johnny maga (@_johnnymaga) September 29, 2023
Trump jokes about Democrats wanting electric army tanks:
"We will blast the sh*t out of everybody, but at least we will go in with environmentally nice equipment." pic.twitter.com/zQiBNuJp3N
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Addressing the California Republicans, Trump couldn’t resist poking fun at Biden’s frequent blunders. “Does anybody think he’s gonna make it to the starting gate?” the former president quipped. “I mean, the guy can’t find his way off of a stage!”
With exaggerated hand gestures, Trump demonstrated his point. “Look, here’s a stage,” he exclaimed. “I’ve never seen this stupid stage before, I’ve never seen it… But if I walk left, there’s a stair, and if I walk right, there’s a stair,” he continued, perfectly impersonating Biden’s confusion.
But it wasn’t just Biden’s stage mishaps that got Trump going. He also took a jab at Biden’s push to transition the federal government’s vehicle fleet to electric by 2030. Trump sarcastically highlighted the impracticality of electric army tanks, questioning how they could be recharged and their limited range and power.
“So they wanna have an army tank that’s electric. You can’t get it recharged, it doesn’t go far enough, it doesn’t go strong enough, but they want electric,” Trump exclaimed to the crowd. “So when we go into enemy territory, we will blast the s**t out of everybody, but at least we’ll go in with environmentally nice equipment. Can you believe it?”
It’s refreshing to see Trump call out the absurdity of policies like Biden’s push for electric vehicles. It’s clear that practicality and effectiveness take a backseat to the progressive agenda. And let’s not forget the importance of a president who can confidently navigate a stage. Biden’s constant fumbling is not only embarrassing, but it’s also concerning for a leader of the free world.
In the end, Trump’s speech was a reminder of the stark differences between his administration and Biden’s. While Trump brought charisma, confidence, and a common-sense approach to the presidency, it’s clear that Biden’s stumbling and questionable policy decisions are nothing but a punchline.