Biden Rampages Against Trump In Latest Interview

President Biden sat down for an interview with New Yorker reporter Evan Osnos in which he defended his decision to run for reelection in 2024 and predicted that he would easily defeat Donald Trump who would once again refuse to concede the election,

the New York Times reported.

In the January interview, which was published in The New Yorker last Monday, the president, who rarely sits down with reporters, told Osnos that he was the best choice to defeat Trump in 2024, arguing that he was the one who beat him in 2020, and would easily “beat him again.”

Biden suggested that voters couldn’t afford to sit out the election and neither could he since he was the one “best positioned” to defeat Trump.

While Biden may believe that he is “best positioned” to stop Trump from returning to the White House, recent polling shows the president trailing Trump.

In the latest New York Times/Siena poll released on March 2, Trump was leading Biden by five points, 48 percent to 43 percent.

The CBS News poll released the following day had Trump with a four-point lead over Biden, 52 percent to 48 percent.

In his interview with Evan Osnos, Biden dismissed the polls, noting that he was trailing Trump in the polls during the 2020 election as well. The president also cited the 2022 Midterm polling that predicted a red wave that never materialized and argued that the polls in 2024 were wrong as well.

Osnos asked Biden about the pushback he’s received from younger Democrats and Muslim and Arab voters over his support for Israel. Biden said he did not want Palestinian civilians getting killed in Gaza and urged voters to give it “a little bit of time.”

The president also suggested that Donald Trump would refuse to concede if he lost in November, telling Osnos that losers like Trump “are never graceful.”

Biden also predicted that Trump would do anything he could to win the General Election and when he beat Trump again, “I think he’ll contest it.”