‘Do you think Biden can hit a ball like that?’ Trump takes a swing at his presidential replacement as he boasts of his golfing skills
- Donald Trump mocked Joe Biden while out on the golf course on Wednesday
- ‘He couldn’t get it passed the first tee,’ Trump joked to a cheering crowd
- Earlier this month, Trump said he could easily knock Biden out in a boxing match
- The boats come as Trump secured a lead in approval ratings against Biden for the first time since his loss at the 2020 presidential elections
After a successful drive and cheers from onlookers, Trump boasted and asked the crowd, ‘You think Biden can hit a ball like that?’
‘He couldn’t get it passed the first tee!’
As the crowd laughed and clapped for the former president, one onlooker added, ‘He’d forget where he hit it.’
Former President Donald Trump showed off his skill on the golf course on Wednesday
After the successful drive, Trump commented that President Joe Biden could not best him
Donald Trump, left, has boasted that he could best his political rival, Joe Bide, in sports
This is not the first time Trump has taken a dig at Biden when it comes to sports.
Earlier in the month, Trump suggested that he could knock Joe Biden out in seconds if the two were ever to meet inside a boxing ring.
Trump, who at 75 is just three years younger than Biden, was asked who he would pick to box out of anyone in the world.
‘If I had to box anybody in the world, and I’ll take a pass on the professional boxers because that can be a very dangerous subject, but if I had to box somebody probably my easiest fight would be Joe Biden.
‘He’d go down very, very quickly. He once said “oh I’d like to take him behind the bar” and he’d be in big trouble if he did. I think Biden would go down within the first few seconds,’ he said.
A new Harvard/Harris poll found that most people are regretting voting for President Biden as his approval ratings fell over the summer while Donald Trump’s ratings saw a small uptick
The potshots at Biden come as Trump over took Biden in approval ratings for the first time this week since his loss at the 2020 presidential elections, according to a new Harvard/Harris poll.
While Biden enjoyed his highest approval rating of 57 per cent in May, support for the president dropped dramatically to 46 percent as of September following the nation’s chaotic exit from Afghanistan, crisis at the southern border with Mexico, and deadlock in Congress over his infrastructure bills.
Meanwhile, Trump’s approval ratings, which have remained at about 46 per cent since 2020, surpassed Biden after rising to 48 per cent in September.
‘The mounting issues on all fronts have led to the surprise conclusion that Trump is now seen as being as good a president as Biden, suggesting the honeymoon is being replaced with buyer’s remorse,’ Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard/Harris survey told The Times.