Donald Trump calls the Biden administration, predicts Virginia gubernatorial race

Former President Donald Trump called the Biden administration and Democratic former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Saturday for “Justice Judge Jeanine,” saying the Biden administration is an “embarrassment.”

“I think one should say an F, not an F +. It would be an F,” Trump said when judging the Biden administration.

“It’s a failed administration. It’s a disaster. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

Trump said he had hoped the Biden administration would succeed because he loves the country “more than anything else.”

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“I would love to see him do well,” he told Pirro. “I never think there has been a greater embarrassment as an administration and we had everything ready to go.”

Trump also reacted to the situation in Virginia’s gubernatorial race, with Republican Glenn Youngkin moving ahead of Democrat Terry McAuliffe less than a week before the election.

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin makes remarks at a campaign event on October 30, 2021 in Manassas, Virginia.  Youngkin is on the final few days of his campaign bus tour of the state of Virginia as he battles Democratic candidate and former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the state election, which is less than a week away on November 2nd.

Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin makes remarks at a campaign event on October 30, 2021 in Manassas, Virginia. Youngkin is on the final few days of his campaign bus tour of the state of Virginia as he battles Democratic candidate and former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the state election, which is less than a week away on November 2nd.

Trump said McAulife’s comment that parents should not be involved in their students’ education was a “huge mistake” and that Youngkin will “do very well” in Tuesday’s election.

“Look, McAuliffe made a huge mistake,” Trump said. “But it really is probably not a mistake from his point of view. He believes in it.”

Trump compared McAuliffe’s comment on parents to Hillary Clinton, who called her supporters a “basket of regrets,” which sparked outrage.

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate, former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, accompanied by his wife Dorothy, speaks to supporters while campaigning on a bus ride in Iron Workers Local Union 79 October 30, 2021 in Norfolk, Virginia.  The gubernatorial election in Virginia, in which McAuliffe is running against Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin, is November 2.

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate, former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, accompanied by his wife Dorothy, speaks to supporters while campaigning on a bus ride in Iron Workers Local Union 79 October 30, 2021 in Norfolk, Virginia. The gubernatorial election in Virginia, in which McAuliffe is running against Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin, is November 2.

“I heard the statement I said, will it be bad, will it be ‘regrettable’?” said Trump. “Do you remember when Hillary pronounced ‘regrettable’? It’s not a nice word and it blew in the air.”

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Trump was also against the negative treatment of parents who speak up at school board meetings.

“I’m been following the school board’s hearings more closely than I’ve ever done, to be honest,” Trump said.

“The parents are upset,” he continued. “They are not terrorists, they are just people who are so upset.”

A woman holds up her sign to Critical Race Theory (CRT), which will be taught during a board meeting at Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) in Ashburn, Virginia on October 12, 2021.

A woman holds up her sign to Critical Race Theory (CRT), which will be taught during a board meeting at Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) in Ashburn, Virginia on October 12, 2021.

Trump said he, like many parents, is against some curricula being taught to students, and that makes parents sad.

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“They are angry, they are hurt, they are crying because their children are being taught things that they, in our opinion and in my opinion, and a large majority of the population in this country’s opinion, do not want their children to hear about. here, “he stressed. “They want back to reading, writing and counting.”

Fox News’ Dana Blanton contributed to this report.

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