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Bob Costas blasts Trump, suggests his supporters are under 'toxic delusion,' and suggests Biden shouldn't be 2024 candidate
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Bob Costas blasts Trump, suggests his supporters are under 'toxic delusion,' and suggests Biden shouldn't be 2024 candidate

During an appearance on CNN, Bob Costas blasted former President Donald Trump and Trump supporters, describing the former president as "by far the most disgraceful figure in modern presidential history" and a "bubbling cauldron of loathsome traits" while suggesting that people need to be in a "toxic cult" and under "toxic delusion" to think that Trump was ever "emotionally, psychologically, intellectually, or ethically fit" to serve as America's president.

Costas said that "at best" President Joe Biden may "squeak by" to beat Trump in 2024 but that even if Biden pulls off a re-election victory, "it's very likely that he cannot complete his second term, he'd be 86 at the end of it."

He said that when California Gov. Gavin Newsom delivers "a very articulate and detailed case for President Biden," it leaves many people thinking that "Biden is incapable of uttering even two consecutive sentences of the five perfect paragraphs that Newsom just put together."

Costas indicated that Biden should not be the Democratic Party's presidential candidate in 2024. "You don't go into the Super Bowl with a quarterback who has a dead arm," he said.

While Costas described Biden as a "decent man," he called Trump a "monster."

Trump has largely cleared the GOP presidential primary field, though former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who recently lost the Republican presidential primary in her home state, still has not dropped out of the race. And while Democratic Rep. Dean Phillips of Minnesota is running for the Democratic presidential nod, he has so far failed to gain traction against Biden.

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