“Reckless, Dangerous, and Irresponsible”: Biden Slams Trump After Conviction


Joe Biden flashed a smile as reporters asked about disgraced felon Donald Trump’s felony conviction and the effect it could have on the 2024 election. As the incumbent began walking away, a reporter asked Biden how Donald Trump’s conviction could affect the race.

“Do you think the conviction will have an effect on the campaign?” she asked. He stops in his tracks, slowly rotates toward the camera, and displays a wide smile from ear to ear saying nothing. He then continues walking out of the room. Earlier, Biden gave a scathing speech about disgraced felon Trump this afternoon, casting his political opponent as reckless, dangerous, and irresponsible for decrying his criminal trial as “rigged”.

“It’s reckless, dangerous, and irresponsible for anyone to say this was rigged… The justice system should be respected and we should never allow anyone to tear it down.,” Biden said slamming the now-convicted criminal. Biden’s calm and composed speech was juxtaposed to the criminal politician’s earlier press conference.

Trump seemed to be in full-on attack mode at Trump Tower this morning as he disparaged the incumbent using absurd talking points that were either misleading or false. Biden’s on the other hand used tangible facts, something completely foreign to the first former president convicted of a crime.

Biden pointed to his opponent’s continual claim that every trial against him is somehow “rigged” as part of a bigger agenda to advance the “witch hunt” that has supposedly followed his political career since 2016.

It’s also worth noting that Trump’s falsehoods have had stark consequences for Fox News, who was forced to pay Dominion Voting Systems nearly $800 Million for defamation last year, and former Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson who was fired from the company—unfortunately, the disgraced felon’s rhetoric has hurt only his allies and supporters but never himself.

Not to mention the events of January 6, 2021, when a small army of Trump supporters stormed the Capital Building in Washington, D.C. at the direction of the convicted felon. When then-president Trump’s staff urged him to tell his supporters to cease the riot, they did so with no hesitation.

Dozens of Trump supporters earned prison time on charges of sedition soon after. Trump’s baseless tirade Friday morning also included falsehoods about Judge Juan Merchan, who he said “couldn’t put two sentences together.” He also disparaged President Biden using the usual material:

“He is the worst president in American History” and “He is the most corrupted president in history,” even though the former president is the one facing a plethora of indictments. The two are set to engage in the first presidential debate of 2024 next month on June 27, which is expected to be even more explosive than in 2020.

The crux of Trump’s 2024 re-election campaign has been fairly simple: he is strong and Biden is weak. The incumbent has focused on the heartstrings of Americans, promising to genuinely care about his constituents compared to Trump who is concerned only about reclaiming power.

The disgraced felon indicated no fear of appearing in a political debate after the guilty verdict, which has seemed to galvanize his supporters even more. Biden’s “puppet masters are in full panic trying to figure out how to prop up their feeble candidate,” Trump spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt said in a statement.

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