Trump tells Dr. Phil ‘evil forces’ are controlling Biden

Former President Donald Trump has claimed President Biden is being controlled by “very evil forces” with a “sick ideology.”

Trump, 77, dropped the claim during a wide-ranging interview with Dr Phil Thursday when the TV psychologist asked him about the “darkest” moments he’s faced in the wake of his historic criminal conviction and a slew of other ongoing legal battles.  

“You have to be very strong. You’re fighting very evil forces and they’re very smart forces,” the Republican told Phil McGraw.

Former President Donald Trump told Dr Phil Thursday that “evil forces” were controlling President Biden. Dr. Phil / Merit Street

“There are people that control Biden. Totally true. I think I know who they are largely.

“But there are people that control him. They’re very smart, very energetic. Possibly they’re real believers, what their sick ideology is,” he said on the “Dr. Phil Primetime” special.

“But you have to be smart and you have to have confidence,” he added.

Trump, who repeatedly railed against Biden during the hour-long interview, didn’t elaborate on who he believed the controlling forces were.

At one point, the 45th prez also insisted that “revenge can be justified” after Dr Phil had suggested he wouldn’t “have time to get even” with all of his enemies if he was elected for a second term in the White House.

“I think you have so much to do, you don’t have time to get even. You only have time to get right,” Dr. Phil told him, adding “there’s an addiction to revenge just like to opioids or whatever.”

Trump took repeated jabs at Biden during the interview. Dr. Phil / Merit Street
Dr. Phil asked the ex-president about his recent conviction during his ‘hush money’ trial. Dr. Phil / Merit Street

Trump fired back: “The word revenge is a very strong word but maybe we’ll have revenge through success.”

“Revenge does take time, I will say that,” the expected GOP candidate continued. “And sometimes revenge can be justified, Phil. I have to be honest. Sometimes it can.”

He took aim, too, at his recent “hush money” guilty verdict after becoming the first ex-president ever to be convicted of felony criminal charges — insisting the trial had been tough on his wife Melania and his kids.

Biden was the subject of constant jabs from Trump. REUTERS

“The hardest part for me is probably my family,’ Trump said. “Because it’s very unfair to my family. I have a very good wife. She reads this crap. I have great kids.”

Asked how the former first lady was holding up, Trump responded, “I think good.”

“But I don’t think it’s an easy thing for her, and I think if it wasn’t good, she wouldn’t want to tell me about it, to be honest.”

Trump has repeatedly ripped the trial as “rigged” after a jury found him guilty of 34 felonies over a $130,000 payment his former “fixer” lawyer, Michael Cohen, made to porn star Stormy Daniels to silence her about an alleged one-night stand with Trump prior to the 2016 election.

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