New Bonkers Interview: Trump Says He Beat Biden in Second Debate, an Event That Has Yet to Happen

In his first live interview since announcing he tested positive for the coronavirus, President Trump called Maria Bartiromo's Fox program on Thursday, wasting no time proving that he is still a terrible person.
The President, under the guidance of Trump sycophant host Fox, met many of his usual unfounded, unfounded, racist, dangerous, callous, boastful notes during the 55-minute call-in interview.
Trump did not say anything about the amount of people in his administration who contracted the virus and suggested, without showing evidence, that Gold Star families may have passed the virus on to him because "they hugged me and kissed me." want".
Trump's barrage of lies began after he said he would not adhere to format changes announced by the Presidential Debate Commission. These changes were encouraged by him to test positive for Covid-19.
The president said he will not participate in a virtual debate scheduled for October 15 as the commission's action is just a ploy to protect Joe Biden. Trump also claimed that not only did he defeat Biden in the first debate, but he also got a victory over his opponent in the second debate - the future debate he had just told Bartiromo he would not attend.
"I heard that the commission changed the style of debate some time ago, and that is not acceptable to us. According to the polls I saw, I beat [Biden] easily in the first debate," Trump said. But I hit him lightly, I felt like I hit him lightly. I think he felt it too. He wouldn't answer questions and had the protection of Chris Wallace all night. I thought Chris Wallace was one Catastrophe. "
Trump continued, “But I hit him in the first debate. We hosted a Never-Trumper on the second debate, but that's fine because I beat [Biden] on the second debate too. "
Trump falsely claimed that once infected with the virus, not only will they get well but they will also be immune.
"Remember, if you catch it, you get better and you are immune," said Trump.
But more than 211,000 Americans have died from the virus, and the president's right to immunity has not been proven. As Aaron Rupar of Vox points out, scientists and researchers have discovered several cases of reinfection, one in America and others around the world.
The president also viciously attacked Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, calling her a "monster" twice and making the absurd claim that she was a "communist".
"That monster that was on stage with Mike Pence, by the way, who destroyed you last night," said the president. "But this monster she says," No, no, there will be no fracking. "Everything she said is a lie."
NAACP President Derrick Johnson tweeted Trump's clumsy attack on Harris, writing, "We strongly condemn Trump's ugly and offensive characterization of a seated senator and the first black woman on the presidential ticket of a major party." There's no place for hatred anywhere, especially in the White House. "
The bizarre interview continued with Trump, where his supporters, who gather on boats and trucks, were cited as evidence that polls showing he will be knocked down in November are all a sham.
"I don't believe the polls because we've never had that much support. They have a boat thing, they have 5,000 boats. They have thousands of trucks across the country ... The polls are rigged," Trump said.
Trump kept boasting about being nominated for a Nobel Prize and calling on Attorney General Bill Barr to indict Hillary Clinton and others from the Obama administration.
Finally, as if we weren't already living in a seemingly endless nightmare, Trump told the Fox host that he was protecting Americans from hell.
"I'm the only thing standing in the way of democratic control because this country is going to hell," said the president.
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