Biden Campaign Mocks Trump’s Super Tuesday Triumph with Accusations of Lies and Low Energy

President Biden’s campaign has taken a strong stance, mocking former President Trump’s victory speech in Florida following his triumph in twelve states on Super Tuesday.

Mitch Landrieu, Biden’s campaign co-chair, appeared on CNN to slam Trump’s remarks, citing low energy and accusing him of making factually incorrect and provably incorrect statements.

Landrieu’s Verdict: Lies and Low Energy

Landrieu did not hold back in his critique of the ex-president, asserting that Trump’s Super Tuesday speech was riddled with lies.

He specifically highlighted the inaccuracy of Trump’s statements, suggesting that if the former president’s lips were moving, he was either lying or delusional.

Landrieu went on to claim that 17 of Trump’s cabinet members had resigned, pleading with Americans not to allow him near the presidency.

Trump’s Subdued Victory Speech and Biden’s Ongoing Criticism

In contrast to Trump’s usual rancorous speeches, the victory speech at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night saw a more subdued tone.

Despite the softer approach, Trump continued to ridicule President Biden. The less than 20-minute speech included a series of false statements on the economy, the border, and Trump’s first term in office.

Landrieu Seizes on Trump’s Hiring Claims and Staff Turnover

Landrieu appeared to seize on Trump’s previous claims of hiring the ‘best’ people, pointing out the substantial turnover in senior staff during his first term.

The Biden campaign co-chair emphasized the criticism from top-level officials in the Trump administration, including Nikki Haley, Mike Pence, John Bolton,

Bill Barr, Mark Milley, Richard Spencer, HR McMaster, James Mattis, Mark Esper, and John Kelly, all of whom have expressed reservations or criticism against the former president.

Biden’s Campaign Strategy: Continued Criticism

As the campaign moves forward, Landrieu asserted that Biden will continue to talk about Trump’s lies and the alleged inaccuracies presented in his Super Tuesday speech.

This critical response by Biden’s surrogates on television reflects the ongoing political clash between the current and former presidents.**

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