Donald Trump Slams ‘Mentally Gone’ Biden Over Vaccines, Won’t Rule Out 2024 Run

Immediate past President of the United States Donald Trump blasted President Biden for claiming that he left the White House with “no vaccine” — suggesting his successor is “mentally gone” late Wednesday as he refused to rule out a 2024 presidential run.

Speaking to Newsmax, Trump made the remarks after being asked if he had seen Biden’s CNN town hall the night before.

“Well, I saw that he said there was no vaccine when he came into office, and yet he got a shot before he came into office,” Trump told the network. “It was already in early November when we announced it, but we actually had it substantially before that.”

“We were giving millions of shots and millions of doses. So he’s either not telling a truth, or he’s mentally gone, one or the other,” the former president continued.

Trump went on to argue that Biden was facing considerable criticism for blaming his predecessor.

For now, Trump is largely getting his message out by releasing statements through his office, but the former president says he’s “looking at a lot of different things” to stage a social media comeback — including the possibility of creating his own platform.

“Twitter, we are looking at a lot of different things, but I really wanted to be somewhat quiet. They wanted me very much on Parler, you know they had a phony report that the man who was in there didn’t – I mean just the opposite, they really wanted me on Parler.”

The problem with Parler, a Twitter-like platform for conservatives, was that “mechanically they can’t handle” the levels of traffic that the former president would bring in.

“We’re negotiating with a number of people, and there’s also the other option of building your own site. I mean you can literally build your own site,” he said, admitting that he is considering creating his own platform.

Meanwhile, Trump refused to rule out a run for the White House in 2024.

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“It’s too early to say, but I see a lot of great polls out there. We have tremendous support,” he said.

“I won’t say yet [if I’m running again], but I have tremendous support, and I’m looking at poll numbers that are through the roof,” he continued, referencing his boost in poll numbers following his acquittal in the Senate in his second impeachment trial.

“I’m the only guy who gets impeached and my numbers go up.”


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