For the sake of our country, former President Donald Trump wished his 2020 election opponent well during an interview Tuesday — but said it wasn’t likely Biden who was making all the calls.
Trump said it was “doubtful” Biden was the one calling all the shots at the White House.
“I hope he’s well,” Trump said. “I hope everything’s fine from that standpoint, physically and mentally.”
However, it’s unlikely Biden is “making most of the decisions.” Being president is “a lot of work” that would demand a huge amount from most people — even tougher when one is 78-years-old.
“When I say ‘full time,’ – it’s 50 hours a day,” Trump said. “It’s a lot of work.”
Biden is delegating most of his duties, Trump claimed. “I think other people are making most of the decisions,” he said, calling the Biden-Harris administration’s latest moves “Bernie Sanders on steroids.”
Trump did say there was some positive news.
“We’re doing better than any other country in the world right now,” Trump said on the U.S. economic recovery. “And that’s because of the foundation we built economically.”
Specifically, Trump praised the reports that the Biden-Harris administration was considering completing the U.S.-Mexico border wall he’d started.
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“A lot of damage was done, we were gonna have that wall almost complete, it was delayed two-and-a-half years because of lawsuits,” Trump said.
“If they’re going to complete it, it’s a great thing. That’s a very positive step,” he told Newsmax.