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Biden Campaign Calls Out Trump's 'Confused' Rant After Fox Cuts Away From Rally Speech

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After Fox News cut away from covering Donald Trump's Philadelphia rally speech, the Biden-Harris HQ X account called out Trump's rant as 'unintelligible' and 'confused.'

President Joe Biden's campaign called out former President Donald Trump for a "confused" rant he gave during a rally in Philadelphia—that even Fox News decided to cut away from.

The Biden campaign posted the footage of Trump going on about "washing machines to help wash your dishes."

Trump said:

"When there's so much water and you don't know what to do with it, it's called rain. It rains a lot in certain places."
"But their idea... did you see the other day, I opened it up and then I closed it again. I open it, they close it. Washing machines to help wash your dishes."
There's a problem: They don't want you to have any water. They want no water."

Fox, which covered the event, chose at that point to cut away to one of their anchors, who acted like there was nothing odd at all about what Trump's nonsensical rant:

"And you were listening to former President Trump and we're going to talk about some of the things he was discussing there. We'll be right back with final remarks."

Biden's campaign seized on the moment by sharing the footage with the following matter-of-fact caption:

"Fox News cuts away from Trump in the middle of his unintelligible, confused rant about washing machines."

You can see the post and hear Trump's remarks below.

This was the same event during which Trump launched into a similarly confusing rant about water faucets:

"No water in your faucets. You ever try buying a new home and you turn on. You want to wash your hair or you wanna wash your hands."
"You turn on the water and it goes drip, drip the soap. You can't get it off your hand. So you keep it running for 10 times longer. You trying, the worst is your hair."
"I have this beautiful luxuriant hair and I put stuff on. I put it in lather. I like lots of lather because I like it to come out extremely dry because it seems to be slightly thicker that way."

Folks who caught the clip online slammed Trump and were hardly surprised that Fox News was running damage control for Trump.

Just days ago during a rally in Las Vegas, Trump made headlines for launching into an unusual tirade about whether it would be better to be electrocuted on a sinking boat or to be eaten by a shark in the ocean, deducing that between those two choices he'd "take electrocution every single time."

Trump's behavior during the Las Vegas rally clearly didn't go over well with commentators like Washington Post columnist and reporter Eugene Robinson, who observed that Trump's story about sharks and electrocution "is another glimpse into a mind that is unwell."

Robinson said that Trump's "tangents raise serious questions about his mental fitness" and pointed out that the White House press corps "would be in wolf pack mode if Biden were in the middle of a speech and suddenly veered into gibberish about boats and sharks."

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