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Trump twists the knife in after Biden’s disastrous debate: Donald celebrates ‘big victory’ over rival who ‘didn’t know what the hell he was doing’… and reveals if he thinks Joe will drop out

Donald Trump has stabbed Joe Biden in the back after his disastrous debate performance, celebrating a “great victory” and suggesting the US cannot survive another four years of his presidency if he can’t last 90 minutes on stage.

The former president insisted the 81-year-old will remain in the race despite calls from the Democratic Party to replace him and a primetime appearance on CNN where he “didn’t know what he was doing.”

The 77-year-old took the stage in Virginia after the state’s Republican governor, Glenn Youngkin, was once tipped as a challenger for the GOP presidential nomination.

Trump lashed out at Biden for his poor performance after a week of rest and then went on to talk about migrants, global warming, electric cars, Al Capone, Hannibal Lecter, whales and Michelle Obama.

The crowd of MAGA believers then cheered on their favorite nicknames for Biden, including “sleepy” and “crooked.”

“Did anyone see something called the debate last night? Man, that was a big one,” he told an excited crowd in the crucial swing state.

Donald Trump twisted the knife at Joe Biden after his disastrous debate performance by celebrating a

Donald Trump has stabbed Joe Biden in the back after his disastrous debate performance by celebrating a “great victory” and suggesting the US cannot survive another four years of his presidency if he can’t make it to 90 minutes

“Biden spent the entire week at Camp David resting, working and studying – he studied so hard he didn’t know what he was doing.”

‘He got the debate rules he wanted, he got the date he wanted, the network he wanted to be with. [moderators] he wanted.

“No amount of rest or rigging could defend his atrocious record.”

Trump added that the question is not whether Biden can survive a 90-minute debate, but whether the country can survive another four years of him in the White House.

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The 77-year-old presumptive Republican presidential nominee then listed his biggest success stories, pointing to “beautiful women” from North Carolina who have attended more than 170 of his rallies.

The former president stressed that the 81-year-old will remain in the race despite calls from Democrats to replace him

The former president stressed that the 81-year-old will remain in the race despite calls from the Democrat to replace him

The former president stressed that the 81-year-old will remain in the race despite calls from Democrats to replace him

“Did anyone watch something called the debate last night?  Man, that was a big one,” he told an excited crowd in the crucial swing state of Virginia.

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“Did anyone see something called the debate last night? Man, that was a big one,” he told an excited crowd in the crucial swing state of Virginia.

Trump told the crowd: 'Biden spent the entire week at Camp David resting, working and studying – he studied so hard he didn't know what he was doing'

Trump told the crowd: 'Biden spent the entire week at Camp David resting, working, studying – he studied so hard he didn't know what he was doing'

Trump told the crowd: ‘Biden spent the entire week at Camp David resting, working and studying – he studied so hard he didn’t know what he was doing’

He compared former Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to Michael Jackson because of his involvement in a blackface scandal.

Trump also discussed possible replacements for Biden, indicating that Michelle Obama would be a good choice if she weren’t polling so poorly.

“A vote for Joe Biden is a vote for failure, surrender and disaster for our country. A vote for your all-time favorite president, Donald J. Trump, is a vote for stopping Joe Biden’s inflation and border invasion and making America great again!

Commenting on global warming, he said it was not a problem and that he was not concerned about the heat.

“I’m saying that global warming, which may cause the ocean to rise, is not the existential threat.

“And it may go down, but it may rise half an inch over the next 497 years, which, if you’re lucky, will give you a little more waterfront property.”

Trump then ridiculed Biden for his lengthy debate preparation at Camp David. Some allies complain that he was “overprepared” and too dependent on his study sessions.

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“It was a period of rest and study,” he scoffed, although he described it as a period of ten days rather than the actual seven.

He then launched into a discourse about the presidential retreat, which he used only sparingly as president, preferring his own golf clubs.

“I’m not a country person,” Trump noted. “I started to love it,” he said, calling it “very seductive.”

“I’m not sure he has any idea what history is,” Trump mocked his rival. “He likes a cabin,” he said, and wants to lock himself in. “He wants to sleep,” Trump said.

He also lashed out at his former White House chief of staff, Gen. John Kelly. Kelly confirmed press reports that Trump called service members who served “suckers and losers,” something Trump denied saying Thursday night.

He called Kelly, a retired Marine general, “the dumbest of them all.”

“We always called him a lost soul,” Trump said.

Earlier on Friday, a defiant Biden insisted he can still win the election after his disastrous debate performance

His car crash scare has sparked an unprecedented crisis and prompted behind-the-scenes calls to pull the plug on his bid for a second term.

President Joe Biden has no plans to withdraw from the presidential race after Thursday night's poor debate performance against former President Donald Trump

President Joe Biden has no plans to withdraw from the presidential race after Thursday night's poor debate performance against former President Donald Trump

President Joe Biden has no plans to withdraw from the presidential race after Thursday night’s poor debate performance against former President Donald Trump

President Joe Biden insisted he can still win the election at his first campaign rally after his disastrous debate performance

President Joe Biden insisted he can still win the election at his first campaign rally after his disastrous debate performance

President Joe Biden insisted he can still win the election at his first campaign rally after his disastrous debate performance

Insiders called Biden’s performance during the debate a “disaster” and a “trash can.” Some openly suggested he should step aside for another candidate.

Former key Barack Obama adviser David Axelrod said there was a “sense of shock” in the party and that there would be “discussions about whether he (Biden) should continue.” Meanwhile, former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe said the state of panic had reached ‘DEFCON’. 1′.

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Biden rambled through the 90-minute CNN spectacle, struggling to finish his sentences and losing his train of thought several times in front of tens of millions of stunned TV viewers.

Trump added that the question is not whether Biden can survive a 90-minute debate, but whether the country can survive another four years of him in the White House.

Trump added that the question is not whether Biden can survive a 90-minute debate, but whether the country can survive another four years of him in the White House.

Trump added that the question is not whether Biden can survive a 90-minute debate, but whether the country can survive another four years of him in the White House.

The president used a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, to allay widespread concerns as some of his closest allies, including Obama, publicly stood by him despite admitting his performance was poor.

‘I know I’m not a young man. To state the obvious,” Biden said standing next to First Lady Jill as she wore a Christian Siriano dress with the word “vote” on it.

‘People, I don’t walk as easily as I used to. I don’t speak as smoothly as I used to. I don’t debate as well as I used to.’

“But I know what I know – I know how to tell the truth. I know what is right and wrong. And I know how to do this job. I know how to get things done,” the president argued.

“I give you my word as Biden. “I wouldn’t run again if I didn’t believe with all my heart and soul that I could do this job,” he said.

The president used the 20-minute speech in North Carolina to debunk many of the arguments he had tried to make against his Republican opponent during the debate.

“I don’t know about you last night, but I spent 90 minutes on a stage debating a man with the morals of an alley cat,” Biden said.

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