Former President Donald Trump blasted President Joe Biden, saying he's not sure he'll get the nomination for the 2024 election from his own Democrat Party.
"I don’t know," Trump said when asked if Biden will be the nominee of the Democrat Party in the 2024 election.
Trump's comment comes on the heels of the recent conversation that Democrats want to get rid of Biden in the next presidential election.
"You have to do a great job to be the nominee beyond any other problems they may have," Trump said.
"You have to do at least a reasonable job, and so far I don’t believe our country has ever been at a lower point than it is right now," Trump added.
Trump didn't stop there, of course. He continued, sharing some specific thoughts on Biden's botched presidency.
"To a large extent, it started with the borders where the people are pouring through, but it also started with the Afghan withdrawal and the way it was done. That was a terrible moment for our country," Trump hammered.
"Biden, for his part, is remaining optimistic about his chances of retaining the lead spot for his party in the next presidential election. Democrats, he said at the White House picnic with congressional leaders this week, 'want me to run,'" reported Breitbart.
"Read the polls. Read the polls. You are all the same. That poll showed that 92% of Democrats, if I ran, would vote for me," Biden said.
Biden falsely characterized the poll he was asked about in his answer to that question, according to Breitbart News.
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