Former President Donald Trump just gave President Joe Biden a grade for his performance so far as president. Can you guess what it is?
According to Newsmax, Trump wasn’t willing to give Biden an “F+.” So, Trump gave Biden a solid “F.”
“It’s a disaster”
Trump’s comments came during a recent interview that he did from his home at Mar-a-Lago, in Florida, with the Fox News Channel’s Jeanine Pirro. There, Pirro asked Trump what “grade” he would give to Biden.
“I think you’d have to say an F — and not an F+,” Trump said. “I would be an F. It’s a failed administration, it’s a disaster. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Trump went on to say that he used to think that President Jimmy Carter’s administration in the late 1970s was the worst, but that the Biden administration has even managed to top that.
“It’s probably the worst presidency in history,” Trump said, adding, “I can’t imagine” an administration doing worse than Biden’s has.
The evidence speaks for itself
As an example of Biden and his administration’s failure, Trump pointed to the southern border crisis and the botched withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
“If you look at Afghanistan and that horrible thing that happened to our nation with these young people being killed and, by the way, so badly injured,” Trump said. “We have over 20, no arms, no legs. Nobody ever talks about them.”
And then to leave $85 billion worth of the best military equipment, brand new, much of it brand new — better than what we have, right out of the box, and they didn’t explode it. They didn’t blow it up like they said. They did a couple of old planes that were not very valuable, no. I think that was the worst — and I’ll tell you what, it’s getting to be pretty close.
“What is happening on the border is one of the great embarrassments for our country also,” Trump added.
“family, God, country”
Trump, during the interview, made it clear that he doesn’t get any joy out of Biden’s failures. He said:
And by the way, I wish [Biden would] do well. I love the country more than I love anything, family, God, country. You know, we have to take care of our country. I would love to see him do well.
Trump added, though, “I don’t think there’s ever been a greater embarrassment as an administration.”