“Do you think Biden can hit a ball like that?” Trump waves to his presidential replacement as he brags about his golf skills
- Donald Trump mocked Joe Biden on the golf course on Wednesday
- ‘He couldn’t get it past the first tee,’ Trump joked to a cheering crowd
- Earlier this month, Trump said he could easily take out Biden in a boxing match
- The boats come as Trump gained a lead in approval ratings against Biden for the first time since his loss in the 2020 presidential election.
Former President Donald Trump shot President Joe Biden while on the golf course on Wednesday.
After a successful ride and cheers from onlookers, Trump boasted and asked the crowd, “Do you think Biden can hit a ball like that?”
“He couldn’t get it past the first tee!”
As the crowd laughed and applauded the former president, an onlooker added, “He’d forget where he hit him.”
Former President Donald Trump showed his skill on the golf course on Wednesday
After the successful ride, Trump noted that President Joe Biden could not defeat him
Donald Trump, left, has bragged he could beat his political rival, Joe Bide, in sports
This isn’t the first time Trump has taken a dip in Biden when it comes to sports.
Earlier this month, Trump suggested he could knock out Joe Biden in seconds if the two ever met in a boxing ring.
Trump, who is only three years younger than Biden at age 75, was asked who he would choose to box out of anyone in the world.
“If I had to box someone in the world, and I’ll turn down the professional boxers because that can be a very dangerous subject, but if I had to box someone, Joe Biden would probably be my easiest fight.
“He would go down very, very quickly. He once said “oh I’d love to have him behind the bar” and he’d be in big trouble if he did. I think Biden would go down in the first few seconds,” he said.
A new Harvard/Harris poll shows most people regret voting for President Biden as his approval ratings fell over the summer, while Donald Trump’s saw a small rise
The Biden potshots come as Trump topped Biden this week for the first time since his loss in the 2020 presidential election in approval ratings, according to a new Harvard/Harris poll.
While Biden enjoyed his highest approval rating of 57 percent in May, support for the president dropped dramatically to 46 percent in September following the country’s chaotic exit from Afghanistan, the crisis on the southern border with Mexico and the deadlock in Congress over his decision. infrastructure accounts .
Meanwhile, Trump’s approval ratings, which have remained at about 46 percent since 2020, surpassed Biden after rising to 48 percent in September.
“The mounting problems on all fronts have led to the surprising conclusion that Trump is now seen as a president as good as Biden, suggesting honeymoon be replaced by buyer regret,” Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard/ Harris survey told The times.