President Donald Trump is acknowledging the possibility that his opponent, Democratic nominee Joe Biden, may win the election in November. He commented on the presidential race while speaking to a lively crowd at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
One night after accepting the Republican nomination on Thursday, President Trump traveled to New Hampshire. While there, Trump spoke about possibly losing to Biden.
“If Biden wins, which I honestly can’t believe would happen, I will have lost to a low IQ individual,” Trump said, Yahoo! reports.
The president explained that the health experts limited the size of the rally due to health concerns. Trump said that while approaching the airport, he saw “thousands and thousands” of more supporters lined up who were denied entry.
According to the President, an aide told him that many supporters were not allowed to come in the arena. “Sir, we couldn’t let them in,” Trump says his aide told him. “Why not? Let ’em in.”
President Donald Trump Takes on Joe Biden During RNC Speech
President Trump makes no secret of his thoughts on Joe Biden. On this past Thursday night’s RNC, President Trump slammed the former Vice President as a “trojan horse.”
“Biden is a Trojan horse for socialism,” he said. “If Joe Biden doesn’t have the strength to stand up to wild-eyed Marxists like Bernie Sanders and his fellow radicals, then how is he ever going to stand up for you?”
President Trump also called out Biden for his stance on defunding the police. “Make no mistake, if you give power to Joe Biden, the radical left will defund police departments all across America,” Trump said. “They will pass federal legislation to reduce law enforcement nationwide. They will make every city look like Democrat-run Portland, Oregon. No one will be safe in Biden’s America.”