Joe Biden was trolled by a Trump supporter when he visited Duluth, Minnesota. He was told to his face that he doesn’t have a chance of winning against President Donald Trump.
The video of Biden getting trolled by Trump’s supporters during his visit to Duluth has gone viral since it was released on Monday.
He was told to “go home” because he didn’t “have a chance” of beating President Trump after spending “too long in the basement”.
He started replying with “Probably not,” but was cut off and led away by his security detail after the Trump supporters got louder.
I guess we know why even Biden doesn’t think he has a chance of winning the upcoming presidential elections on November 3rd.
Last week, while speaking in Florida, Biden lost his train of thought and had to look down at his notes before continuing his speech. He was talking about serious issues such as drug addiction, veterans’ affairs, and the military.
“And so, one of the things that… And by the way, this whole notion of… Dealing with… The idea that, Look, more Vets,” was what he said.
After that scene, he spoke at an event in Florida to celebrate the Hispanic Heritage Month. He was introduced by Luis Fonsi, the singer of the popular hit song “Despacito”.
Biden was mocked for trying to pander to the Latino voters. He was again the center of attention after he played Fonsi’s hit song before his speech.
Earlier this week, a new NBC News/Marist poll was released. It showed that President Donald Trump is currently winning the battle over Biden in Florida with the Latino voters.
This is a huge issue because the majority of the Latinos had voted for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, but Trump still won the state.
The poll was conducted between August 31 and September 6. According to the poll of 766 likely voters, Trump and Biden are tied with 48% support in the state. However, Trump has 50% support among the Latinos as compared to Biden’s 46%.
In 2016, Clinton had won 62% of the Latino vote in Florida against Trump’s 35%.
Based on that, even if Biden had managed to tie with Trump for the Latino vote, it would still be hard for him to win.
However, the Latinos are not the only group where Trump is seeing more support.
A new poll had revealed last week that Trump is currently winning over Biden in North Carolina. The state is a crucial swing state, and both sides are fighting hard to win over the other.
Trump now leads with 49% over Biden’s 47% in North Carolina.
It was only a matter of time.