In a wide-ranging interview, Trump gives Biden a 'F, not a F+.'

During a wide-ranging interview on Fox News on Saturday evening, former President Donald Trump slammed against his successor.

Trump reviewed various facets of President Joe Biden's leadership with host Judge Jeanine Pirro that he believes are not only bad for the country, but are actively harming it.

But before diving into the details, Pirro inquired as to what “grade” Trump would assign to Biden.

“I think you’d have to say an F — and not an F+,” Trump said in the interview from his home at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. “I would be an F. It’s a failed administration, it’s a disaster. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

He continued by saying that he used to believe that former Democratic President Jimmy Carter's administration was the worst in the country's history, and that he was not a fan of former President George W. Bush's Middle East military adventures.

Nonetheless, Trump went on to explain that he does not wish Biden harm and that he wishes him success because it would be beneficial to the country.

“And by the way, I wish he’d do well. I love the country more than I love anything, family, God, country. You know, we have to take care of our country. I would love to see him do well. I don’t think there’s ever been a greater embarrassment as an administration,” Trump added.

Later, Trump discussed the close governor contest in Virginia between Democratic candidate and former Governor Terry McAuliffe and Republican challenger Glenn Youngkin, the latter of whom has received Trump's endorsement.

He feels McAuliffe made a “a tremendous mistake” with voters when he claimed at a recent debate with Youngkin that parents should not have any influence in their children's school curriculum, and he predicts that the Republican candidate will "perform very well" in Tuesday's election.

“Look, McAuliffe made a tremendous mistake,” Trump said. “But it’s really probably not a mistake from his standpoint. He believes it.”

“I’ve been watching the school board hearings more closely than I ever have, to be honest,” said Trump, a reference to often raucous and emotional interactions between parents and board members in Loudoun County and around the country.

“The parents are incensed. They’re not terrorists, they’re just people that are so upset,” he said in a reference to a letter from a national school board group to the Biden administration in late September.

“They’re angry, they’re hurt, they’re crying because their children are being taught things that, in our opinion and in my opinion, and a vast majority of the people in this country’s opinion, they don’t want their children to hear about this stuff,” Trump continued. “They want to go back to reading, writing, and arithmetic.”

Regarding his backing of the GOP candidate, Trump said: “If I endorse somebody, they win.”

Trump continued, as Newsmax noted:

Hitting Biden on unwinding energy independence and rising inflation, the border might be the single issue as egregious as the failed, unconditional withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“Our country is being poisoned,” Trump said of the migrant caravans marching through Mexican police barricades and toward Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ open southern border. “It’s being poisoned also with drugs.

“The fentanyl, and drugs generally, are pouring through our border,” he continued. “People that are very sick are coming into our country, very contagious diseases, many different diseases – not just COVID. By the way, COVID is peanuts compared to some of these diseases.

“These leaders, if you call them leaders, they’re destroying our country,” he said.

He also hit Biden and Democrats over their crime policies, which he says have led to increases in violence and criminal activity.

“They are good at destroying Republicans; they’re horrible at destroying crime,” the former president said.

“This is America today; it’s only going to get worse, because you have all of these millions of people, many of them are the worst people,” Trump said, adding: “All they want to do is indict Republicans.”

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