The Republican president tweeted Thursday: "Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy". "Biden seems scrappy, but if 70 years of McDonald's couldn't take Trump down, I don't know what can!" he joked.
Close your eyes for a second and imagine those fisticuffs.
On Tuesday, Biden spoke at an anti-sexual assault rally in Florida where he pummeled Trump for the infamous Access Hollywood tape that surfaced before the 2016 election. "This is what it's come to, though: Two old men arguing over who could beat the other one up", Kimmel said, before speculating about who would actually win such a fight back in high school. He also said any man who disrespected women was "usually the fattest, ugliest SOB in the room".
"They're going to win". But Trump is 71, and Biden is 75.
"I have to be able to stand in front of a mirror and look in the mirror and know that if I don't run it's not because I'm afraid of losing, it's not because I don't want to take on the responsibility, it's because there's somebody better to do it and/or because emotionally I'm not positioned to be all in", he said.
Remember when they were saying, during the campaign, that Donald Trump is giving great speeches and drawing big crowds, but he is spending much le.
The annual lecture, called "A Conversation With Vice President Joe Biden", is part of the 20th Annual Mary and Louis Fusco Distinguished Lecture Series.
And this has been going on for years.
Biden said he wanted to run for president in 2016, but his son Beau's fight with brain cancer and tragic death in May 2015 prevented him.
And Mr Biden told the audience at an Ohio Clinton rally he was "so sick and exhausted of hearing people like Trump and the Chamber of Commerce, the National Chamber, talking about we get paid too much". Give me a break.
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