President Biden took sharp aim at former President Trump in a rare interview, calling him a “loser” and confidently predicting he’d beat  him in November, all while reminding the press of past predictions of his political demise.

“Losers who are losers are never graceful,” Biden said of Trump in a lengthy interview granted to the New Yorker‘s Evan Osnos, who penned a biography of the president that came out shortly before his 2020 election victory.

“I just think that he’ll do anything to try to win. If — and when — I win, I think he’ll contest it,” Biden continued. “No matter what the result is.”

Osnos claimed that Biden was sharp during his interview.

“For decades, there was a lightness about Joe Biden—a springy, mischievous energy that was hard not to like, even if it allowed some people to classify him as a lightweight,” Osnos wrote. “For better and worse, he is a more solemn figure now. His voice is thin and clotted, and his gestures have slowed, but, in our conversation, his mind seemed unchanged. He never bungled a name or a date.”

Biden brought up past media predictions that he defied, such as when he won the 2020 Democratic primary after poor showings in Iowa and New Hampshire. Democrats also vastly exceeded expectations in the 2022 midterms, expanding their Senate majority and holding their House losses to smaller-than-predicted margins.

“Well, first of all, remember, in 2020, you guys told me how I wasn’t going to win? And then you told me in 2022 how it was going to be this red wave?” Biden said, smiling tensely according to the report. “And I told you there wasn’t going to be any red wave. And in 2023 you told me we’re going to get our a– kicked again? And we won every contested race out there. In 2024, I think you’re going to see the same thing.”

Osnos also shared an anecdote from his conversation with Biden, sharing that the president “pulled out a white notecard inscribed with some of Trump’s most alarming comments.”

Fox News’ Kristine Parks contributed to this report.

Continue Reading >>

Who do you think would win the Presidency?

By completing the poll, you agree to receive emails from LifeZette, occasional offers from our partners and that you've read and agree to our privacy policy and legal statement.

H/T Fox News (

The opinions expressed by contributors and/or content partners are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of LifeZette.