Jill Biden appeared on MSNBC this week to discuss her husband’s presidential campaign and other issues. She seems very confident in Joe’s abilities despite his repeated missteps on the campaign trail.

She also accused Trump of being a bully for calling out Greta Thunberg.

David K. Li reports at NBC News:

Jill Biden says Trump is a bully and ‘afraid’ to run against her husband

Former second lady Jill Biden lashed out at President Donald Trump on Saturday, accusing him of “bullying” and being “afraid” to run against her husband.

The wife of former Vice President Joe Biden told MSNBC’s “Up with David Gura” that Trump was wrong to attack 16-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg, who was named Time magazine’s person of the year before she was immediately mocked by the president.

“That’s bullying,” Jill Biden told MSNBC. “Look at what the president did this week with that 16-year-old girl, Greta. You can’t attack children. That’s the bottom line.”

You can’t attack children? The Covington Catholic boys and Sarah Palin’s kids will be relieved to hear that.

No one can fault Jill Biden for having faith in her husband, but Trump supporters have every right to snicker at this:

“We knew it was going to be tough. Our family knew it was going to be tough, but we could never have imagined that it would turn into Donald Trump … asking a foreign government to get involved in our elections,” Jill Biden said Saturday. “And I think it just proves he’s afraid to run against my husband, Joe Biden.”

The Trump campaign is probably salivating at the idea of Biden becoming the Democrat nominee. It’s difficult to fear an opponent who frequently forgets what state he’s in.

Watch the segment below:

Would you be afraid to run against this man?

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