WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden “is going to be President because some people don’t love me maybe”.
Responding to a question, Trump said that while Biden is not a radical left, they will take him over.
“He doesn’t talk, nobody hears him. Whenever he does talk he can’t put two sentences together,” Trump said about Biden. “He can’t perform. He’s not going to be able to perform,” Trump added.
Biden, 77, is challenging the 74-year-old Republican incumbent president in the November 3 presidential elections.
Meanwhile, the US is the hardest-hit country by the coronavirus pandemic.
Several southern and western US states are facing new surges in coronavirus cases. This week, several states broke their own daily records, with Arizona, California, Texas and Florida among the hardest-hit.
The US had its biggest one-day jump in new coronavirus cases on Friday, with 40,173 cases reported nationwide, according to data from according to Johns Hopkins University.
That brings the national total to 2,462,472 cases and 125,045 related deaths.