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Trump Mocks White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Holland McKinnie
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Former President Donald Trump heard enough of President Joe Biden’s juvenile barbs against his election rival during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. The presumptive Republican nominee blasted the gathering that he perennially skipped as a travesty.

Posting on his Truth Social platform, Trump wrote, “The White House Correspondents’ Dinner was really bad. Colin just BOMBED, and Crooked Joe was an absolute disaster. Doesn’t get much worse than this!”

Trump wisely passed on these events filled with leftist media types when he occupied the Oval Office. 


This year’s dinner was held at the Washington Hilton. Protesters occupied the streets outside to rally against the White House’s position on Israel’s war with Hamas terrorists. 

It surprised no one that Biden basked in the adulation of the corporate media and took the opportunity to skewer Trump. The president claimed he is running for reelection “against a six-year-old,” though he failed to mention that he trails in virtually every poll.

Comedian and Saturday Night Live regular Colin Jost attempted to entertain the left-wing audience with one-liners that poked fun at the 45th president.

But it was Biden’s night, and his diatribe quickly descended into a rant against his GOP opponent.


The Democrat told the faithful, “The defeated former president has made no secret of his attack on our democracy. He said he wants to be a dictator on Day One and so much more. He tells supporters he is the revenge and retribution.” 

Biden then asked the media, “When in God’s name [have you] ever heard of another president say[ing] something like that? And he promised a bloodbath when he loses again. We have to take this seriously.”

The “bloodbath” reference was blatantly dishonest. Trump very clearly told an Ohio audience recently that the U.S. auto industry would suffer a “bloodbath” if Biden wins another four years and continues his war on gas-powered vehicles. 

The 81-year-old Biden further attempted to downplay his age, which is a major issue in the presidential election. He will be 86 at the end of his second term if he wins reelection.