Trump slams Biden, says Harris won't be president

President Donald Trump stumped in the battleground state of Florida Friday, slamming rival Joe Biden for his remarks on oil and insisting the U.S. can never have a "female socialist president,” referring to Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris. (Oct. 23)

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DONALD TRUMP: One of the most stunning moments last night was when Joe Biden admitted that he wants to abolish the oil industry. That wasn't too good. Did you see him this morning? This morning, I didn't really mean that. I didn't mean that.

That was the last question they talked about that. I said, whoa, this is the big point of the evening. Remember? I said, well, do you want to get rid of oil and gas? Is that-- Yeah, well we want to phase it out. I said, thank you. Texas, are you watching? Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio, are you watching? But that could be one of the worst mistakes made in presidential debate history. We're going to see. We hope it is.

Biden's plan would mean America's seniors have no air conditioning during the summer, no heat during the winter, and no electricity during peak hours. It's true. You know, he wants wind. He wants wind. You know, when the wind doesn't blow-- let's watch the president tonight, darling, on television. I'm sorry, we can't. The wind's not blowing tonight.

By the way, Kamala will not be your first female president. She will not be your first female president. It's not the way it's supposed to be. We're not supposed to have a socialist-- look, we're not going to be a socialist nation. We're not going to have a socialist president. Especially, any female socialist president. We're not going to have it. We're not going to put up with it.