Someone sounds very jealous.
On Wednesday, President Biden took a jab at former President Trump for his controversial CNN town hall appearance. Biden urged his supporters to contribute to his reelection campaign if they wish to avoid “four more years of that.”
In transcript provided by The Hill. “It’s simple, folks. Do you want four more years of that? If you don’t, pitch in to our campaign,” Biden stated.
Subsequently, President Biden’s campaign team sent out an email with the subject line “So, that happened” to solicit donations for his campaign.
“If you missed Trump’s CNN town hall, you’re better off for it. But the choice is clear: It’s four more years of Trump or four more years of Biden,” Biden’s email said.
President Biden’s tweet was a response to a CNN town hall event that featured former President Trump and was moderated by Kaitlan Collins. The discussion lasted over an hour and involved heated exchanges over various topics, including Trump’s baseless claims of election fraud in the 2020 presidential election, the insurrection on January 6, 2021, and whether he would accept the results of the 2024 election.
During the town hall, the audience applauded some of former President Trump’s responses, including when he made derogatory remarks about author E. Jean Carroll in response to a question about a sexual battery and defamation lawsuit she filed against him.
Former President Trump declined to commit to accepting the results of the 2024 election, regardless of the winner. Instead, he stated that he would only accept the outcome if he deemed the election to be “honest.”