Trump’s Brutal Early Morning Message to Biden Goes Viral, Americans Stunned By Response


According to a report by Mediaite on Wednesday, June 26, 2024, former President Donald Trump launched a series of blistering attacks on President Joe Biden early Wednesday morning, setting the stage for a highly anticipated CNN debate between the two presumptive 2024 nominees.

Trump’s tirade, filled with his trademark ALL CAPS emphasis, was delivered via his social media platform, Truth Social, and quickly gained attention. The crux of Trump’s message was a vehement accusation that Biden is a “walking LYING MACHINE.”

Trump’s post came in response to reports that CNN will not include mid-debate fact-checking, a decision he claimed benefits Biden due to his alleged propensity for falsehoods.

“Crooked Joe Biden’s ‘Handlers’ are loudly and profusely complaining that there will be no Fact Checkers during the Debate on Thursday. Actually, that is just DISINFORMATION – They could not be happier, because there is nobody that’s as loose with the TRUTH as Crooked Joe,” Trump wrote. He then launched into a litany of accusations against Biden, citing various instances he claims demonstrate Biden’s dishonesty.

“From the 51 Fake Intelligence Agents to Russia, Russia, Russia, to the Fake ‘Suckers and Losers Story’ he created about our beloved Military, to cheating in College and saying he was first in his Law School Class when he was actually LAST, to claiming he marched for Civil Rights, drove trucks, and has a 6.2 Handicap (He can’t hit the Golf Ball 10 yards, but that’s a minor detail!), and so many more falsehoods, the man is a walking LYING MACHINE, and a Fact Checker’s DREAM. Maybe we should call him ‘Lyin’ Joe’ in addition to Crooked?”

Taking Trump’s allegations at face value, one might imagine Biden as a formidable and manipulative figure, starkly contrasting the often bumbling image portrayed by Trump and his allies. However, a closer look reveals significant distortions in Trump’s claims.

For instance, the “51 Fake Intelligence Agents” refers to a memo signed by former intelligence officers suggesting the Hunter Biden laptop story initially appeared to be Russian disinformation. While the laptop’s authenticity was later confirmed, the memo’s initial assessment was understandable given the context and the dubious origins of the hard drive.

Regarding the “Russia, Russia, Russia” comment, Trump dismissed the extensive investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which did not result in criminal charges against him but detailed numerous contacts between his campaign and Russian operatives.

The Senate Intelligence Committee’s bipartisan report corroborated these findings, further complicating Trump’s narrative. Trump’s reference to the “Fake Suckers and Losers Story” involves an incident reported by The Atlantic, where Trump allegedly disparaged fallen American soldiers.

This story was later substantiated by Trump’s former Chief of Staff, General John Kelly, despite initial denials from Trump’s camp. As for Biden’s academic record, he has indeed exaggerated his achievements, such as claiming he finished in the top half of his law school class when he did not. However, there is no evidence supporting Trump’s claim that Biden said he was first or that he finished last.

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