Biden Erupts On Trump For Sharing Controversial Video

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( – President Joe Biden has criticized former President Donald Trump’s language, suggesting the former President’s rhetoric isn’t indicative of the values of the United States. Biden’s comments come after Trump shared a video on Truth Social that referenced a “unified Reich.”

On Tuesday, Biden shared a campaign video on X, formerly Twitter, in which he reacts to the video Trump shared to Truth Social Monday evening. The video features a fictitious headline that describes the “creation of a unified Reich” if Trump wins in November.

Biden remarks about the video being on Trump’s official social media account before noting that the phrase is “Hitler’s language [and] not America’s.” 

Biden concludes by stating that Trump “cares about holding onto power,” and “I care about you.”

Before the Biden campaign released the video, Vice President Kamala Harris and the White House had also bashed Trump for the video, which the former President deleted on Tuesday morning. 

The video had not been created by the Trump campaign.

Later on Tuesday evening, Biden referenced the video again at a fundraising event in Boston, where he described the former President as “a little unhinged.”

Biden recalled to attendees that Trump’s campaign had posted the video referencing a “unified Reich — like the Third Reich,” adding that he wasn’t surprised Trump was using that language since about “four months ago,” the former President hand claimed that “Hitler did some… good things.”

Biden’s comments are a reference to an appearance Trump’s former White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, recalled during an interview with CNN in March. In the interview, Kelly claimed Trump spoke favorably of Hitler, suggesting he had done “some good things.”

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