Trump Would 'Love' To Fight Biden At 'The Back Of The Barn'
All right, ladies and gentlemen of America. Place your bets, place your bets.
Both Joe Biden and Donald Trump want to fight each other.
Because this is America, my friends.
'Tis the home of the free, land of the brave, and if you disagree with me, I WILL kick your ass, BROTHER.
Just days after Vice President Joe Biden said he would love to have the chance to fight Donald Trump behind the gym, after Trump bragged about sexual assault, Trump has responded.
That's right, America's cool grandpa started the fight. Just like your own cool grandpa, you'd expect this reaction from him.
Put up those fisticuffs.
What he said he did and does is the textbook definition of sexual assault. And it's more than that. He said because I'm famous and because I'm a star, I can do things other people can't — what a disgusting assertion for anyone to make. No, I wish we were in high school and I could take him behind the gym.
Behind the gym? Is that... Is that where people fight?
Republican presidential nominee Trump states that he would love to fight Biden in the back of the barn, which...
Where do these guys think fights go down? I have never seen a fight behind a gym, nor a barn.
I'd love that. I'd love that. Mr. Tough Guy. You know, he's Mr. Tough Guy. You know when he's Mr. Tough Guy? When he's standing behind a microphone by himself. Some things in life you could really love doing.
Apparently, what Donald Trump would just love to do, besides grab women "by the pussy," is fight Joe Biden.
Don't think it's an unfair fight.
Joe Biden is 73, Donald Trump is 70.
If they were fighting in high school, Biden would be a senior and a halfback/wide receiver on his high school football team with an undefeated season in his senior year. He would be playing on the baseball team and participating in anti-segregation sit-in at a Wilmington theater.
He would also be serving his second year as elected class president.
Meanwhile, Trump would be a sophomore in high school. He had just been kicked out of Kew-Forest School for behavioral problems, where his father served as a member of the Board of Trustees, and enrolled at 13 in the New York Military Academy.
If only they could figure out if they were supposed to fight behind the gym, or the barn...