Former President Donald Trump impersonated President Joe Biden getting lost on stage during a campaign event Saturday in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Trump, age 77, mocked Biden, age 80, for making multiple public gaffes, stumbling and falling on the steps of Air Force One, and seemingly getting lost on stage after making speeches.
Highlighting voter’s concerns over the president’s ability to lead the nation given Biden’s perceived mental state, Trump said, “He can’t put two sentences together and he’s in charge of nuclear warfare. Oh My!”
Contrasting himself with Biden, the former president pointed to two staircases before suggesting that he could jump “about four feet” off the front of the stage. “I mean, it’s better than looking around driving in circles,” he said.
Trump then asked the Las Vegas crowd if they had ever seen how Biden attempts to conclude his speeches and leave the stage “after everything has worn off.” Impersonating Biden, Trump shuffled around the stage, pretended to walk into a wall, held up his hands in apparent confusion, asked, “Where am I?” and pretended to finally remember where the exit was located.
Trump’s impersonation of Biden drew loud cheers and laughter from the Las Vegas audience. As Trump finished his impersonation of the president, the crowd started chanting, “We love Trump.”
“Honestly we shouldn’t be laughing, we should be crying,” Trump added afterward. “And thank God for the Secret Service because they grab him and point him to the exit.”
Conservative political commentator Benny Johnson, shared the video in a post on X, stating, “Trump mocking Biden getting lost on stage is becoming a new classic.”
According to The Daily Wire, Biden is the oldest person to be elected and serve as president of the United States. If elected to a second term, Biden would be 86 years old by the end of his second term. As the oldest president, Biden’s frequent mistakes during his speeches, forgetfulness incidents, and tripping and falling episodes have caused voters to express concerns about his ability to lead the nation.