Just Hours After Bernie Drops Out, Trump Starts Spreading False Conspiracies About Biden
While the world is struggling through a crisis, Donald Trump is still finding time to attack his political opponents.
On Wednesday, Trump thought it would be beneficial to use his time at the coronavirus task force press briefing to attack his presidential opponent Joe Biden.
Biden became the Democratic nominee on Wednesday after Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) dropped out of the race.
Just hours after Sanders’ announcement, Trump tried claiming that former President Barack Obama “knows something” about Biden and that’s the reason he has yet to endorse him. “I think I know why — but you don’t know,” he added.
Trump’s claims are baseless and have no proof whatsoever.
In reality, Obama has not endorsed Biden up to this point simply because he wanted to remain neutral in a competitive primary.
Take a look at Trump’s remarks below:
Trump on Obama: "He's know something [about Joe Biden] that you don't know. That I think I know. But you don't know." pic.twitter.com/gA30s1JnII
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 8, 2020