It’s no secret that the Bidens consider President Trump a bully, and they seem to be the ones who want to teach him a lesson. Joe Biden, after all, is the one who told students at the University of Miami that he probably would have “beat the hell out” of Donald Trump if they’d attended school together. “If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him,” Biden added, in order to teach Trump how to — get this — respect women. The guy who can’t stop sniffing women’s hair and nuzzling their necks is going to teach Donald Trump how to respect women.

Plus, Biden’s unofficial campaign slogan seems to be that he’ll “beat Trump like a drum” next November. And he’ll probably challenge him to a push-up contest during the debates — Biden’s got a really weird hang-up about physical competition as a response to anger.

Dr. Jill Biden, whose fingers her husband likes to munch on during campaign appearances, was on “UP on MSNBC” Saturday morning and told the host that Trump is a bully who’s afraid to run against her husband.

Can you imagine the debates between Biden and Trump? C’mon, man!

That arrogance is what made Washington outsider Trump the pick from among 17 primary candidates.

Early polls said Biden was the clear favorite by a wide margin if he chose to jump in, but he seems to be campaigning to lose.

Biden’s challenging voters on the campaign trail to push-up contests. That’s … weird.

We missed the segment, but it didn’t make NBC News’ write-up, so we’re guessing it didn’t come up.

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