Biden Comments On ‘Crowd Game’ During Interview

Hello everyone. Get ready for a deep dive into the latest from President Joe Biden, who’s been making headlines with his bold claims and defiant stance in the face of growing pressure.

In a highly anticipated interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Biden suggested that he can draw bigger crowds than former President Trump’s infamous rallies.

Following a disastrous presidential debate, the Biden campaign has been in overdrive, trying to reassure voters of their candidate’s capability to win in November. Amid increasing calls from Democrat lawmakers, donors, and strategists for Biden to exit the race, he’s taken to the campaign trail with rare rallies, typically speaking to small groups of party insiders.

In Wisconsin, Biden addressed a sizable crowd of supporters, declaring, “I plan to win this state and win this election.” He seemed pleased with the turnout, boasting to Stephanopoulos, “How many people you get draw crowds like I do? Can you find any more enthusiastic than today, huh?”

Stephanopoulos wasn’t buying it. He countered, “I don’t think you want to play the crowd game. Donald Trump can draw big crowds. There’s no question about that.” Biden’s response was swift: “You can draw a big crowd, but what’s he say? Who’s he have? I’m the guy supposedly in trouble.”

Obvious difference:

The interview also touched on Biden’s mental fitness, a hot topic among critics. Stephanopoulos pressed him about taking a cognitive test and releasing the results. Biden dismissed the idea, claiming, “Look, I have a cognitive test every single day. Every day I have that test. Everything I do. You know, not only am I campaigning, but I’m running the world.”

Biden elaborated on his daily responsibilities, mentioning calls with world leaders and decisions on critical issues like NATO and dealing with Putin. When Stephanopoulos suggested an independent medical evaluation to reassure voters, Biden again declined, insisting, “I’ve already done it.”

And yet…