Trump Suggests Biden Should Take Drug and Cognitive Tests

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Sunday, weeks away from the first Presidential debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, Trump issued a full-blown challenge to Biden to take cognitive and drug tests.

Speaking at his rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, which aired live on Newsmax, Trump declared, “Biden should have a cognitive test.”

He claimed the Biden campaign had a good excuse to claim such testing was “unconstitutional,” before adding that Biden “should take a drug test,” before their first debate in two weeks as he was “willing to take one.”

The debate will occur on Thursday, June 27, when Trump and Biden will sit down and have agreed to have their microphones cut off by moderators when they’re over time.

The presumptive Republican Presidential nominee suggested that because of how “cognitively” impaired Biden is at 81, he would need help to sit across the table from Trump and, therefore, would be pumped with performance-enhancing drugs.

Trump reminded his audience of Biden’s recent gaff when the President described how it is “great to be in Idaho” when he “was in Idaho.

The former President noted that Biden “always does that,” highlighting that if he ever made such a mistake, “his political career” would be over, as his detractors would declare Trump’s “cognitively impaired.”

The former President also explained that he had two cognitive tests during his term, the second being an additional one because of calls by the “fake news” media that he receive a cognitive test.

Trump noted that he had “aced” both tests, which he suggested weren’t “easy to ace.”

The Republican presumptive nominee went on to mock Biden being described as too “incompetent” by special counsel Robert Hur, who suggested the President couldn’t stand trial for retaining classified documents because was “incompetent.”

Trump claimed he would never “want to get off like that,” and rather wanted to be vindicated because he “did nothing wrong” under the Presidential Records Act.

Copyright 2024,