Biden calls Trump 'unhinged' for 'unified reich' online post | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

May 22, 2024 View Original Article
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56% : ""We already know Trump personally controls his social media account because he brags so much about his control," Biden said.
50% : The phrase "industrial strength significantly increased ... driven by the creation of a unified reich" appeared next to other headlines describing mass deportations, a roaring economy and the end of World War I.Biden addressed the video at both of his Boston fundraisers on Tuesday, saying at one event that Trump was "clearly unhinged," pointing to the post as well as a Time magazine interview in which his predecessor said he would use the U.S. military to deport migrants, allow states to prosecute people who violate abortion bans and demurred on the prospect of political violence around the November election.
48% : Trump has said only longtime aide Dan Scavino and he have access to his social media pages, the Biden campaign said.
35% : Biden told donors at his first event that he decided to run for president after Trump equivocated in response to the 2017 White nationalist march on Charlottesville, Virginia, during which participants chanted "Jews will not replace us.
33% : Trump has also drawn fire for dining in 2022 with a Holocaust-denying White nationalist at his Palm Beach estate and for his response to the Charlottesville march.
23% : "Biden and his team have repeatedly bashed Trump for using rhetoric targeting racial, ethnic and religious minorities.
22% : "The president said he must compete and win to ensure Trump loses, adding, "I hope I don't screw it up for you.
19% : President Joe Biden denounced Donald Trump after a video was posted to the Republican's social media account that referenced a "unified reich" as a potential news headline if he won a second term.
13% : Biden denounced Donald Trump after a video was posted to the Republican's social media account that referenced a "unified reich" as a potential news headline if he won a second term.

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