‘He’s a fool’: Biden mocks Trump accusation that he’s on remedy

Joe Biden known as President Donald Trump “a fool” Tuesday after the president acknowledged on “Fox & Chums” that he scheme Biden was once “taking something” in the direction of the Democratic presidential debates.

“He’s a fool. The feedback had been factual silly,” Biden acknowledged in an interview with NBC affiliate WFLA of Tampa.

Earlier in the day, Trump repeated his calls for Biden to defend a drug test before their debate in two weeks in an interview on the Fox News morning tag.

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Trump made an analogous spurious claims about Hillary Clinton in the direction of the 2016 presidential election, when he unsuccessfully challenged her to defend a drug test, too, on myth of “I fabricate not know what’s occurring on with her.”

For the duration of the Fox interview, Trump acknowledged he’d scheme “something was once odd” about Biden in the direction of his one-on-one debate with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., earlier this twelve months.

Requested whether he scheme Biden was once taking remedy to “pep himself up,” Trump answered: “I procure. He takes something. He takes something” that “offers him some clarity.”

Requested whether it would possibly perhaps well maybe perhaps were a cup of coffee, Trump acknowledged it was once perhaps “15 cups of coffee.”

“I ponder he would possibly perhaps well perhaps easy defend a drug test,” Trump acknowledged, claiming, “I would defend one, too.”

Biden looked aggravated by the quiz in the WFLA interview and acknowledged, “I’m taking a eye forward to the controversy.”

“Fetch ready, Mr. President. Here I come,” he acknowledged.

The main debate is scheduled for Sept. 29 in Cleveland. There’ll seemingly be three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate.

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Dareh Gregorian is a politics reporter for NBC News.