Desperate Biden-Harris team jumps on old rumor that Donald Trump said the N-Word on The Apprentice

President Joe Biden’s campaign team was blasted over a desperate attempt to resurrect a years-old story to claim former President Trump used the N-word.

Despite Biden’s many documented racist remarks and the fact that his now-vice president once called him out for working with segregationists in the Senate, the Biden-Harris campaign took hold of a re-hashed report claiming the existence of a video of Trump using the N-word on the set of “The Apprentice.”

Slate published a story about the supposed existence of the tape back in October of 2016, weeks before the presidential election.

Despite there still being no video of Trump’s alleged remarks, the Biden team latched on to the new report to push more lies about the former president. This comes as the “Black Voters for Biden-Harris” tour is underway to rally support from a demographic that is waking up and turning its back on the Democrat ticket.

“Anyone notice a pattern?” the Biden-Harris campaign asked. “Donald Trump is exactly who Black voters know him to be: a textbook racist who disrespects and attacks the Black community every chance he gets, and the most ignorant man to ever run for president.”

“It’s why Black voters kicked him out of the White House in 2020, and it’s why they’ll make him a loser a second time this November,” the message concludes.

It seems there are no accomplishments by Biden that his campaign can post, resorting instead to a constant smear of the presumptive Republican nominee.

The campaign’s “desperation” was noted as social media users quickly called out the bunk claim about Trump and reminded Biden of his own history.

Frieda Powers


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