Trump on Biden: A Puppet to ‘Group of People’; Doesn’t Know ‘What the Hell’ He is Signing

(USA Features) Former President Donald Trump speculated Friday that his successor isn’t in charge of his own administration and that President Joe Biden has no idea what he is signing when it comes to a slew of executive orders issued since he took office in January.

“Pretty much everybody thinks Biden isn’t in charge,” popular conservative podcaster Dave Rubin said as he interviewed the former president.

“Nobody really thinks he‘s running the show. … Who do you think is really running this thing? Is this the Obama machine? Is this the Clinton machine? Is this something else? What do you really think is happening right now?” Rubin asked.

“I think it’s a group of people,” Trump said. “A lot of people say Susan Rice and Obama, and a lot of people say, perhaps, Clinton to a lesser extent.

“You have people — it’s a group of people. I don’t think it’s Biden, frankly, and in many ways, I wish it were because that’s the way it’s supposed to be,” Trump continued.

“But I don’t believe it is. And, maybe [Vice President Kamala] Harris to an extent, although I don’t think she’s distinguishing herself with her border trips,” he added.

Trump also talked about his upcoming rallies in Ohio and Florida before swinging back to Biden’s spate of executive orders, many of which reversed Trump’s actions on the border and elsewhere.

“When he signed those 17 declarations, special orders, presidential orders, he signed them and he didn’t really seem to know what the hell he is signing,” Trump said in reference to a stack of orders that awaited Biden his first day in the Oval Office.

“When you think of him, they were all sitting there waiting to be signed —and they were radical. They were radical,” Trump went on.

“Bernie Sanders would have never asked for most of the things that he’s signing. This is far worse than Bernie Sanders ever imagined and it’s pretty amazing,” he said.

“So, a lot of people ask [about] that group: ‘Who is it?’ It’s really, I think it’s a group of people. And, you know, the same names, but it’s a group of people,” said Trump.

“And they get together and this is what they want to do and they’re destroying our country, really destroying our country.”