President Donald Trump on Fox News interview with Laura Ingraham on Tuesday that “shadow” people were controlling former Vice President Joe Biden. He said the city of Portland, Oregon had been burning for decades.
And he spoke about airplanes “completely loaded with thugs” wearing dark uniforms and flying to cause havoc at the Republican National Convention.
In the sequel chat, President Trump continued his critics on Biden. In the past, he has repeatedly pointed out that Biden was “mentally shot.” However, Trump said Joe Biden has a souped-up brain from some kind of drug.
And he wants drug tests before the debates as a result:
the Biden Is Roiding thing rules pic.twitter.com/bOn7mcsQrv
— Brendan Karet 🚮 (@bad_takes) September 2, 2020
The president said a similar thing about the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in 2016 and requested drug tests then.
The president maintained that he would also undergo a drug test before the debates, a statement he has made before.
“I want to take one. I’ll take one, he’ll take one. We should both take a drug test.”
During the interview, Trump cleared that he won the 2016 popular vote and pointed out voter fraud in California and New York. The president also demanded a panel inspect the voter fraud.
At another point in the interview, the president said Democratic governors conducted football and traffic signals. But he stopped mid-sentence to look at the camera and address someone exactly who, it was unclear and say he wants college football:
Mr. Trump also said he didn’t have time for games.
The President says the governors control college football and street signs pic.twitter.com/MH3AWQjQQJ
— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) September 2, 2020
The first debate between the two candidates is scheduled to hold September 29 in Cleveland; followed by an October 15 debate in Miami and an October 22 debate in Nashville, Tennessee.
Trump also sought the fourth debate against Biden, stating it was unfair for mail-in ballots to be distributed before the candidates face off. Unfortunately, the Commission on Presidential Debates rejected Trump’s submission.