Projection Time! Trump Suggests Biden Used Cocaine At SOTU
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April 5, 2024

Former President Donald Trump floated the possibility that President Joe Biden was using cocaine when he delivered his State of the Union address this year.

In a Thursday interview, Hugh Hewitt asked the former president about debating Biden ahead of the 2024 election.

"Yeah, anywhere, anytime," Trump insisted.

"Do you think he’ll agree?" Hewitt wondered.

"I don’t think so, but I hope he does," Trump replied. "I think what happened is, you know, that white stuff that they happened to find, which happened to be cocaine in the White House, I don’t know, I think something’s going on there because I watched this State of the Union and he was all jacked up at the beginning."

"By the end, he was fading fast. There’s something going on there. I want to debate. And I think debates, with him, at least, should be drug tested. I want a drug test," he added.

"I don’t know what he’s using, but that was not—hey, he was higher than a kite," Trump remarked. "And by the way, it was the worst address I’ve ever seen, the State of the Nation. I’ll tell you, State of the Union, that’s not State of the Union, because he doesn’t represent us properly."

"That, I can tell you. But he’s obviously, he’s being helped some way, because most of the time, he looks like he’s falling asleep. And all of a sudden, he walked up there and did a poor job. But he was all jacked up."

Listen to the interview here.

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