In a Jan. 6 speech, Mr. Biden excoriates Mr. Trump for “spreading a web of lies.”


In a series of tweets, President Donald Trump has expressed his desire to face off against Joe Biden in the ring and “beat the hell out of him.”

Biden has said he would have relished the chance to face off against Trump in high school. However, given that Trump is now the President of the United States and Biden is a potential 2020 presidential candidate, it’s unclear if this will ever happen.

Jan. 6, 2019 President Trump wasted no time in responding to former Vice President Joe Biden after he accused the president of “spreading a web of lies” in his official 2020 campaign launch speech Saturday.

In a Jan. 6 speech, Mr. Biden excoriates Mr. Trump for "spreading a web of lies."

Trump’s reelection campaign manager hit back at Biden on Twitter while the president was delivering remarks at an event for veterans called the Salute to Heroes Inaugural Ball.

Brad Parscale wrote in a tweet that Biden’s campaign message was nothing new, writing the Democratic front-runner has become “just another tired career politician who has spent decades failing up.” He also chided Biden for his past praise of Republicans in tweets posted earlier in the day.

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