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Biden Twists Trump’s Words


Biden should be stopped from spreading these sorts of crazy lies.

President Biden’s reelection team has twisted the narrative on recent comments made by former President Trump, launching a new video on Monday that highlights Trump’s alleged dismissive attitude towards his supporters.

During a Sunday rally in Las Vegas, where temperatures soared above 100 degrees, Trump jokingly expressed frustration over technical issues and threatened not to pay the crew responsible. Amidst his complaints, Trump made a joke saying: “I don’t care about you, I just want your vote. I don’t care.”

Seizing on this innocent joke, Biden’s campaign quickly turned the footage into an ad. The video juxtaposes Trump’s statement with an image of Biden and concludes with the message, “I’m Joe Biden and I approve this message.”


This strategic move comes as recent polling data from Decision Desk HQ/The Hill shows Biden trailing Trump in Nevada, with 45.6 percent support compared to Trump’s 49 percent. Nevada is a crucial battleground state for Biden, having won it in 2020 with over 50 percent of the vote against Trump’s nearly 48 percent.

In the past week, Biden’s campaign has been active in releasing multiple videos targeting Trump’s controversial remarks. On Friday, they criticized Trump over his statements about veterans. Earlier, on Thursday, they released an ad featuring three veterans denouncing Trump as a “draft dodger” and raising questions about his health to serve as commander in chief, coinciding with the anniversary of the D-Day landings.

These videos are part of a broader strategy to highlight what Biden’s team sees as Trump’s lack of empathy and unfitness for leadership. By focusing on Trump’s own words and actions, Biden’s campaign aims to draw a stark contrast between the two candidates, emphasizing Biden’s commitment to the American people and his service-oriented approach to leadership.