February 25, 2024

Trump Says Biden Will Be 'Fired' In November

Donald Trump just gave an update on Joe Biden's status, and it's sure to leave a lot of Republicans cheering.

Joe Biden will be "fired" this November.

While Trump was celebrating his big win in the South Carolina primary, he was sure to note that Nikki Haley isn't the only politician who should be scared by his victory.

Assuming Trump can keep up anywhere close to the level of momentum he has right now, there's a VERY good chance that Joe Biden is fired by the American people at the ballot box in 2024.

"We’re going to be up here on November 5, and we’re going to look at Joe Biden, and we’re gonna look him right in the eye," Trump said in his South Carolina victory speech as the crowd loudly cheered him on. "He’s destroying our country and we’re gonna say ‘Joe, you’re fired. Get out. Get out, Joe. You’re fired.’"

"I just wish we could do it quicker," Trump added. "Nine months is a long time. I just wish we could do it quicker, Mr. Governor."

Many people think that Republicans are pretty split right now, as evidenced by the recent ousting of Kevin McCarthy as speaker of the House. Trump doesn't see it that way, though.

"And I just want to say that I have never seen the Republican Party so unified as it is right now," Trump claimed. "Never been like it." He added:

And our party is full of energy like never before. And I mean it there’s never been unity. There has never been unity in our party.

What do you think?

Is the Republican Party actually in a good enough spot to fire Biden this November?

Or is Trump simply being a politician?

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