Trump Challenges Biden To Undergo Test For Cocaine

The cocaine was found in his home, and now a challenge has been made to President Joe Biden to take a drug test to prove that he is clean. Former President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the incumbent should be tested if the two square off in a debate.

The illegal white powder was discovered in the White House last July, but despite being one of the most heavily secured buildings on Earth, the investigation was closed without a culprit being named.

Now Trump observed that the president appeared “all jacked up” in his recent State of the Union address.

Speaking on the Hugh Hewitt radio program, Trump declared, “I want to debate and I think debates, with him, at least, should be drug tested.” Hewitt then asked the former president if he was implying that Biden was on illegal substances.

Trump replied that he doesn’t “know what he’s using” and that the president was “higher than a kite” when he addressed a joint session of Congress in March.

The Republican noted, “But he’s obviously, he’s being helped some way, because most of the time he looks like he’s falling asleep. And all of a sudden, he walked up there and did a poor job. But he was all jacked up.”

The besieged Biden camp predictably pushed back against Trump’s assertions. Spokesperson Ammar Moussa labeled the Thursday conversation a “weird outburst” and then attempted to deflect attention away from the incumbent.

Moussa claimed that Trump insidiously plans to enforce immigration laws already on the books with deportations and family separations. He then laughably asserted that the GOP presidential campaign is flailing because the American public does not like the former president’s ideas.

Raw data clearly disproved this notion.

According to the latest polling from the Wall Street Journal, Trump leads Biden in six out of seven major battleground states. The former president is ahead in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina and Pennsylvania by a margin of two to eight points.

That is hardly a sign that voters are turned off by the former president’s ideas. Instead, it is a strong indication that the incumbent is out of touch and is in serious trouble with November fast approaching.