WATCH: President Trump Wanted to Kiss the General Who Defeated ISIS and ‘Felt Like Joe Biden’

On Tuesday night President Trump spoke at the NRCC Spring Dinner in Washington DC. It may come as a surprise that he took a page out of Joe Biden’s playbook that night.

President Trump said he is very confident the Republicans will retake the House in 2020 after losing it during last year’s midterm elections. With the things that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar are saying, it’s hard to imagine him being wrong.

During the interview he also took a shot at Joe Biden.

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President Trump: This guy’s out of central casting. I tell ya. There’s nobody in Hollywood that can look like this guy. But he’s much tougher that I can tell you. I said what’s your name”

General: “Raisin”

President Trump: What’s your last name?

General: “Kane”

President Trump: You mean your name is Raisin Kane?

General: “Yes Sir.”

President Trump: So the people tell me two years. What do you think?

General Kane: “One week, sir.”

President Trump: I said General come here. Give me a kiss. I Felt Like Joe Biden. True. But see I meant it.

This had the crowd in stiches.

President Trump isn’t afraid to tackle any topic and that includes Creepy Joe Biden.

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