Trump Said That Biden ‘Afraid’ Of China

Former President Donald Trump told former Fox News host Tucker Carlson this week that President Joe Biden is weak on foreign policy issues, potentially tying Hunter Biden’s business deals to wider potential threats to the United States.

Trump said that the president “in many ways, is a Manchurian candidate. We have a Manchurian candidate and he’s afraid to tell Russia to get out of Cuba. He’s afraid to tell China to get out of Cuba.”

He cited recent efforts by China, including allegedly reporting a surveillance base in Cuba, stating that China “now is building.”

The former president said that China would withdraw its base in Cuba “because I have a very good relationship with President Xi and he respected this country, he respected me.” He also vowed that China would not be able to “ruin the Panama Canal.”

Trump also said that he prevented a nuclear war during his term.

The 45th president also argued that Biden was “compromised because China knows so much about him,” citing Hunter Biden’s business dealings with a number of foreign sources and payments to Joe Biden.

“They know where the money comes from, they know where it is and who paid it. They probably paid it. Well, they do pay Penn and he gets $1 million, it’s $999,000 because it keeps it a little bit under $1 million by $1.”

He called Biden “the worst president in the history of our country.” Trump also called him a “corrupt person” and that he “retired” the “crooked” moniker tied to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and is now using it to describe Biden.

Trump said that Biden is “worse mentally than he is physically,” stating that he “can’t walk to the helicopter” and that “it looks like he’s walking on toothpicks.

The former president said that he did not believe that Biden would be the Democratic Party’s nominee in 2024.

“He’s supposed to be working,” he said, criticizing Biden’s recent vacations.