The Media needs Donald Trump back: Greg Gutfeld explains (video)

Greg Gutfeld was not holding back when he bashed the media, especially the leftist networks, and named the one thing that could possibly save their withering ratings: Donald Trump. Gutfeld says the media wants Trump back and I think we all know why. Trump gave the media something to talk about almost daily and when he spoke, the media covered it, and the people watched it. That’s show biz, folks!

WATCH GUTFELD’s video:

Now when it comes to the 2024 election, that’s a big story of its own! The media will definitely want former President Donald Trump running against President Joe Biden. Just think of how many Joe Biden gaffes there will be when Biden squares up against Donald Trump. Biden’s mental stamina is falling fast and Trump seems sharp as ever – and he’s a lot more witty as well.

If there’s one thing the legacy media will enjoy, it’s watching Donald Trump make minced meat out of Joe Biden during a debate and that’s something to rock the ratings for sure.

How bad has Joe Biden gotten over the years? Well, just recently Joe Biden said “where’s Jackie” about a lawmaker who passed away last month. That’s right, Joe Biden literally asked for Jackie to stand up in a crowd and asked where she was, but she passed away in early August in a car accident. The White House even issued a statement about it, but it seems like Joe Biden forgot or didn’t know.

President Joe Biden was criticized harshly after asking for a deceased lawmaker to identify themselves in a crowd and it was caught on video. Biden said, “where’s Jackie” at an event in Washington. Biden was referring to Indiana’s former Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski who passed away tragically in a car accident on August 3, 2022.

The president was being thankful to multiple members of Congress during an event near the White House, thanking people who put in a bipartisan effort. Biden said: “I want to thank all of you here, including bipartisan elected officials like Representative [Jim] McGovern, Senator [Mike] Braun, Senator [Cory] Booker, Representative Jackie — are you here? Where’s Jackie? — I think she was going to be here…. Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie? She must not be here.” Obviously and unfortunately, Jackie was not there.

The White House issued a statement about Rep. Jackie Walorski last month, offering kind words and honoring her life and service. It seems as though President Joe Biden was not aware or did not remember as he made the crucial mistake that adds to his list of gaffes and mental mistakes.

Biden is known for making a lot of mistakes and misspeaking. One time President Joe Biden accidentally referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as the “First Lady” when he was talking about her husband, Doug Emhoff.  Biden realized he made a mistake and then self corrected, explaining that he’s talking about Kamala’s husband, not her or Jill Biden – because Joe Biden would be the husband of the First Lady, who is Jill – not Kamala. Harris is the vice president and Jill Biden is the first lady and Doug is just Kamala’s husband.

It’s not very difficult to remember, but Joe Biden gaffes sometimes makes mistakes and they get caught on video.

This story syndicated with licensed permission from Frank who writes for a funny news blog. Follow Frank on Facebook.

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