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Biden Just Humiliated Trump by Showing Off Trump’s ONE Honest Statement, ‘I DON’T CARE ABOUT YOU!’

It’s exceedingly rare when Donald Trump tells the truth. I don’t ever recall him doing that, so when he does it’s well, shocking. During a campaign rally in Las Vegas Sunday, he let the truth slip out in a most unpleasant way. Las Vegas is the land of extreme heat and if you have ever been there you know that heat can almost seem like a steamroller. It is that intense. So the former president commented on the heat affecting his attending his rally by flatly stating he needs their votes and adding, “I don’t care about you.”

Those of us who have spent years writing about this horrible man already know that Trump only cares about Trump. This is nothing new under the broiling Las Vegas sun.

As we already know, Trump and President Joe Biden are the presumptive 2024 Republican and Democratic presidential nominees and both are stumping ahead of November’s election. Sunday, the ex-president appeared on stage at his Sunset Park outdoor rally to speak to his supporters.

But as the temperatures began to soar, and a forecast of over 100 degrees during the event, Trump spoke about the heat affecting people and “joked” (yeah right) about needing their votes.

“By the way, isn’t the breeze nice? Do you feel the breeze? I don’t want anybody going on me. We need every voter. I don’t care about you. I just want your vote. I don’t care.” His supporters laughed when he said, “See now, the press will take that, and they’ll say, ‘He said a horrible thing.'”

Well, yeah, what he said was pretty awful. I’m certain he wasn’t “joking.” But some of his supporters are blindly devoted to him. Sometimes the more offensive he is, the more they cleave to him. I don’t understand how they can follow him so uncritically and their devotion to him would almost be admirable if it weren’t so disgusting.

He did mention at one point that if anyone was feeling unwell to let him know, noting that “we have people” to “pick you up right away.”

“It’s 110, but it doesn’t feel it to me, right. So, we’ll stay out here for a little while. If anybody gets tired, you’ll let me know. And if anybody goes down, if you start going down, we have people they’ll pick you up right away. They’ll throw water,” the former president said Sunday.

And, as is typical of Trump, he then held a pity party.

“You know they were so worried. Everybody was so worried yesterday about you,” Trump added, pointing to the crowd. “And they never mentioned me. I’m up here sweating like a dog.”

Trump’s remarks were spurred after a medical event that happened around 8:45 a.m. PST when it was already 86 degrees and the rally was still hours away. A Secret Service agent was seen running toward the security line yelling, “Medic,” the Reno Gazette-Journal reported.

Trump’s campaign took other precautions to fight the desert heat: Thousands of bottles of water were provided for attendees, tents and misting fans were also provided and there was at least one tent with air conditioning. The campaign also allowed attendees to carry small umbrellas and medical staff was also present for emergencies.

There’s been at least one other incident involving heat exhaustion during a Trump rally.

Last Thursday, 11 people with heat exhaustion wound up in the hospital after waiting in line for an indoor Trump rally in Phoenix. Temperatures had climbed to 110 degrees. One local TV station reported several people had fainted in the heat.

And then Joe Biden put on his “Dark Brandon” sunglasses and went to town on Trump’s claim that he doesn’t care about his supporters, he only cares about their votes:

And people are loving it:

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Megan has lived in California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida and she currently lives in Central America. Living in these places has informed her writing on politics, science, and history. She is currently owned by 15 cats and 3 dogs and regularly owns Trump supporters when she has the opportunity. She can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/GaiaLibra and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/politicalsaurus


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