Biden Gets Destroyed in ABC Interview…By Himself!

Written by Michael Thompson.

In a July 5, 2024, interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, President Joe Biden tried to position himself as a robust foreign policy leader. He claimed credit for assembling NATO and standing up to Putin, despite the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Biden stated, “I’m the guy that put NATO together, the future, no one thought I could expand it. I’m the guy that shot Putin down, no one thought it could happen.”

However, his words rang hollow as the war rages on, showcasing a disconnect between his statements and reality. His attempt to project strength only highlighted the unresolved international issues, casting doubt on his leadership effectiveness. This interview provided a stark contrast to the image Biden aimed to portray, leaving many questioning his true impact on global affairs.

Health and Fitness for Office Questioned

Stephanopoulos didn’t shy away from pressing Biden on his physical and mental fitness for another term. When asked if he could handle four more years in the White House, Biden referenced his infamous debate performance, saying it was a “bad episode” due to illness. He admitted to feeling terrible before the debate started, yet blamed Trump for distracting him even when his microphone was off.

This evasion only fueled further doubts about his capacity to lead. When Stephanopoulos suggested an independent medical exam, Biden flatly refused, insisting, “I have a cognitive test every single day… Everything I do. You know, not only am I campaigning, but I’m running the world.” His refusal to undergo an unbiased medical evaluation did little to reassure the public about his health.

Biden’s Complaints and Contradictions

Biden’s grievances didn’t stop there. He criticized Trump for wanting to undo all his work, despite having reversed numerous Trump executive orders himself upon taking office. This contradiction was glaring, undermining his argument and revealing a lack of self-awareness. Stephanopoulos then posed the question of what Biden would do if he lost to Trump in the upcoming election.

Biden’s response, “I’ll feel as long as I gave it my all and I did the goodest job I know I can do, that’s what this is about,” was riddled with poor grammar and a lack of clarity. This answer did little to inspire confidence in his capability to lead or his comprehension of the stakes involved in the election.

Our Take

This interview was a disaster for Biden’s reelection campaign. His inability to clearly articulate his accomplishments and defend his health and fitness for office leaves voters questioning his viability as a leader. The contradictions in his statements and refusal to undergo an independent medical exam further undermine public trust. This performance casts serious doubts on Biden’s ability to effectively lead the nation and maintain international stability.

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