If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the past four years of the current administration, it’s that Donald Trump is absolutely obsessed with former President Barack Obama. He constantly complains about his predecessor and even tries to reverse or destroy every program put into place during Obama’s two terms in office.
So it seems only fitting that Joe Biden — who of course was Obama’s vice president — would make an incredible campaign ad that features the two men in action yet again.
According to The Daily Mail:
“Joe Biden is teasing a new video of a socially-distanced ‘conversation’ with former President Barack Obama where the two men diss President Trump for saying he takes ‘no responsibility’ for the coronavirus.
“The slick video released by Biden’s campaign shows the two men joining in Obama’s sleek Washington, D.C. office – a taxpayer perk that former presidents enjoy.
“‘Can you imagine standing up when you were President and saying ‘it’s not my responsibility. I take no responsibility’ Literally. Literally,’ Biden says in the short clip, which is accompanied by music.
“‘Those words didn’t come out of our mouths while we were in office,’ responds Obama, who put Obama on his ticket in 2008 after defeating him in the Democratic primary.
Though he probably wants to pretend he didn’t watch the video, it’s a safe bet to assume that Trump has seen it, and you know it’s eating him alive to avoid tweeting about it. And that makes this ad one of the best of this entire election cycle.