Trump Welcomes Prospect Of Running Against Kamala Harris In Hilarious Clip: ‘She’s So Fu***ng Bad’


Former President Donald Trump provided a hilarious response to the prospect of running against Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday.

While on the golf course in Florida, Trump spoke about Biden’s debate apocalypse and the possibility that he could soon be exiting the race.

“How’d I do with the debate the other night?” Trump asked a small group of reporters and onlookers before referring to his rival as an “old, broken down pile of crap.”

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“He’s a bad guy. He just quit, you know, he’s quitting. He’s quitting the race,” the former president said. “Yup, I got him out of the race. And that means we have Kamala.”

Trump then predicted that Harris would make for an easier opponent than President Biden. “I think she’s gonna be better. She’s so bad, she’s so pathetic,” the presidential frontrunner said while adjusting his gloves. “She’s so fu***ng bad.”

“Could you imagine that guy dealing with Putin and the president of China, who’s a fierce person. He’s a fierce man,” Trump said in reference to Biden’s abilities.

Trump’s insistence that Biden will indeed be dropping out of the race comes as several high-profile Democrat strategists, donors and elected officials are calling for exactly that.

Despite the pressure, President Biden has remained adamant that he is staying in after huddling with his family at Camp David last weekend. First Lady Jill Biden has attempted to shift blame to her husband’s advisors, namely veteran Democrat strategist Ron Klain.

Hunter Biden, 54, was also reportedly a major factor in convincing his father to stay in the race. Hunter has since been “popping into” White House meetings and inserting himself into conversations between his father and his advisors.

In a number of public and private statements, President Biden has stated that he has no intentions of dropping out. “Let me say this as clearly as I possibly can as simply and straightforward as I can: I am running…no one’s pushing me out. I’m not leaving. I’m in this race to the end and we’re going to win,” Biden said in a campaign phone call on Wednesday.

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