The call was presumably meant to rally the Trumpist troops for the crucial final few hours, but the president sounded more listless and exhausted than ever.
The shocking claim came during a “Fox & Friends” interview in which President Trump’s son-in-law also slammed celebrities for “virtue signaling” over racial issues in America.
Radio host Tony Katz was just the latest conservative to make fun of the former vice president over his well-known battle with stuttering.
‘Fox & Friends’ spent Monday morning urging President Donald Trump to move on.
“This sets us up for a tyrant to come along and take advantage of all of this rejection. Rejection of our ideas, rejection of our processes, no protection when the tyrant comes.”
Host Brian Kilmeade delivered a rare criticism of Trump, saying he completely failed to deal with Chris Wallace’s challenge to condemn white supremacy.
Each host panicked in their own unique way as the former New York City mayor rambled on the show ahead of Tuesday night’s debate.