Oblivious Biden refuses to accept campaign is up in flames as he says ‘only the Lord almighty’ could make him leave race

JOE Biden appeared to push back concerns regarding his presidential campaign, saying that only divine intervention could get him to leave the race for the White House.

In a sit-down interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Biden, 81, acknowledged his disastrous performance at last week’s debate, calling it a “bad episode.”

President Joe Biden said he won't step down in the presidential race unless the 'Lord Almighty' comes down and tells him


President Joe Biden said he won’t step down in the presidential race unless the ‘Lord Almighty’ comes down and tells himCredit: ABC
Biden made the shocking statement in a sit-down interview with George Stephanopoulos


Biden made the shocking statement in a sit-down interview with George StephanopoulosCredit: ABC News

Stephanopoulos pressed Biden on the debate and reports that his lapses and gaffes have become more common in recent months.

“Are you the same man today that you were when you took office three-and-a-half years ago?” Stephanopoulos asked.

“In terms of success, yes. I also was the guy who put together a peace plan for the Middle East that may be comin’ to fruition,” Biden said, adding that he expanded Nato and grew the economy.

“All the individual things that were done were ideas I had or I fulfilled. I moved on.”

Biden appeared to joke about the concerns regarding his age and mental fitness, saying that he couldn’t “run the 100 in 10 flat.”

“But I’m still in good shape,” he assured.

Later on in the interview, Stephanopoulos asked the President if he would make the decision to step down if he wasn’t capable of beating his rival, former President Donald Trump.

“If you can be convinced that you cannot defeat Donald Trump, will you stand down?” he asked.

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“It depends on if the Lord Almighty comes down and tells me that,” said Biden.

“I might do that.”

President calls debate performance ‘bad episode’ in sit down with George Stephanopoulos

Biden repeated the comment, saying: “If the Lord Almighty said ‘Joe, get out of the race,’ I’d get out of the race but the Lord Almighty is not coming down.”

Throughout the interview, Stephanopoulos grilled Biden about his win in 2020, where he ousted Trump from the White House by a close electoral college vote.

Stephanopoulos noted that Biden is currently behind on the popular vote, which the President didn’t agree with.

“Is it worth the risk?” Stephanopoulos asked.

“I don’t think anybody’s more qualified to be President or win this race than me,” said Biden.

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