Biden Trashes Melania Trump
Biden needs to focus on the border instead of taking petty shots at Donald and Melania Trump.
Late Friday evening, President Biden playfully teased former President Trump by referencing former first lady Melania Trump’s “Be Best” anti-cyberbullying initiative while responding to reports about his campaign taking jabs at the Republican frontrunner. Biden shared the phrase “Be Best” on his official social media account, accompanied by a repost of an online report suggesting that Trump had been unsettled by Biden’s increasingly personal insults on the campaign trail.
The original video was initially posted by the Biden campaign’s digital rapid response channel on social media platform X.
According to a CNN report, Biden aimed to disrupt Trump’s messaging by labeling him a “loser” and emphasizing his status as a “former” president. In response, Senior Trump adviser Jason Miller dismissed Biden’s tweet, claiming it couldn’t have been posted by Biden himself due to the timing and suggested the focus should be on addressing inflation and border issues.
Biden continued his playful banter by likening Trump to Herbert Hoover, the president during the Great Depression, and sarcastically responding with “Good one, Donald” on X after sharing a campaign report highlighting the stock market’s record highs during Biden’s presidency.
Taking another jab, Biden ridiculed Trump’s confusion between Republican candidate Nikki Haley and former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at a New Hampshire rally. Biden posted, “I don’t agree with Nikki Haley on everything, but we agree on this much: She is not Nancy Pelosi.”
Even after Trump’s victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 15, Biden confidently shared a video asserting that despite numerous attempts by Republicans to defeat him, he remains the person who defeated Donald Trump and looks forward to repeating it.
Melania Trump initiated the “Be Best” campaign in 2018, with the aim of providing children with tools to enhance their social and emotional well-being, emphasizing the role adults play in educating children about leading a healthy and balanced life.