• Donald Trump Jr. accused Joe Biden of having dementia
  • His comments backfired after critics said that the POTUS is the one suffering from dementia 
  • Donald Trump's health has been a cause for concern for months

Donald Trump’s son, Don Jr., recently accused Joe Biden of having dementia.

While speaking at a town hall event last week, Biden talked about his late son, Beau, and he mistakenly gave him a promotion.

“My son, the one who, my deceased son, was the Attorney General of the United States. And before that, he was a federal prosecutor in one of the largest offices in the country in Philadelphia. And I’ll tell you what, he wouldn’t even talk to me about anything he was doing, his father, and he shouldn’t have, and I didn’t have any control over either of those things,” Biden said.

According to Political Flare, Biden didn’t realize that mistake that he made about Beau. His late son wasn’t the attorney general of the country, rather, he was the attorney general of Delaware.

After hearing about Biden’s mistake, Don Jr. accused the Democratic candidate of not having any idea what he’s saying or where he is most of the time. He also suggested that Biden could be suffering from dementia.

However, Don Jr.’s statement did not sit well with his critics. After all, they were convinced that it is actually the POTUS who is suffering from dementia.

“Lol, you just described your old man! We’ve been waiting for one of you to tell him enough is enough,” Twitter user @nevertrump23 said.

“You have mistaken Biden for your dementia-ridden father,” Twitter user @ItzaYeti said.

“Since you’re so concerned about someone’s well-being, you should gather together your siblings and discuss your father. His posture, along with the snorting and slurring is worrisome,” Twitter user @SharonGibson3 said.

“More Trump dementia admissions as Don Jr. projects three things about Trump. 1. No idea where he is (Vegas flub), 2. or what he’s saying 3. where is the family? Jr’s signature move is to lash out and accuse others of being what they are. It’s a tale that Trump is a very sick and they’re panicking,” Twitter user @TomJChicago said.

 Donald Trump gestures to his sons Donald Trump Jr. (L) and Eric Trump (R)
Donald Trump with his sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, who, along with daughter Ivanka, were named in a lawsuit from New York attorney general Barbara Underwood. Reuters/Jim Young