Trump Demands Biden Drug Tested As Condition of Debate

( – Former President Donald Trump asked President Joe Biden to get drug tested before the first presidential debate scheduled to be held on June 27 at the CNN studio in Atlanta.

Speaking in Minnesota, Trump noted that he did not want Biden to come high during the presidential debates as he did in his State of the Union speech back in March.

Biden’s energetic behavior in his SOTU address raised the eyebrows of many critics who started believing the president’s performance was influenced by some external substance.

At that time, Trump claimed that Biden, who usually appeared sleepy, suddenly seemed “jacked up” and “high as a kite.” This unusual behavior of the president led Trump to suggest that Biden was assisted in some way during his speech, which was watched by over 32 million people across the United States.

After Biden’s unexpectedly impressive performance in the SOTU speech, he also saw a significant rise in his popularity, as shown by the polls conducted immediately after the event.

Inspired by Trump’s comments, Fox News anchor Sean Hannity also called President Biden “Jacked-Up Joe” and claimed that he was looking like a super-caffeinated guy during his address.

Trump has also slammed Biden for his inability to remain coherent during debates. He said that Biden is the “WORST debater” he has ever come across and that he is unable to speak fluently.

Biden has often faced criticism for his habit of making gaffes during his speeches and other controversial behaviors like shaking hands with thin air, which critics believe shows his deteriorating mental health.

White House doctor, Kevin O’Connor, examined the president in February and declared that he was fit to serve his duties as the commander-in-chief of the United States. However, despite facing repeated criticism, the president has yet to take a cognitive test that can potentially reveal his mental health issues.

The two candidates have agreed to debate on June 27 and September 10.

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