On Friday during a campaign event in Minnesota, former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden appeared to draw out more President Donald Trump supporters than his own.
“Minnesota Trump supporters growing in size outside vast empty parking lot holding Biden Event,” said photojournalist Rebecca Brannon on Twitter.
The large group of Trump supporters got pretty close to Joe Biden himself and interrupted his rally with loud noise.
“Joe Biden being drowned out by Minnesota Trump supporters right now,” Brannon said in another tweet with the following video.
The noise became too much for Biden and he proceeded to lash out at the Trump supporters, calling them “ugly folks.”
“These guys are not very polite but they’re like Trump,” Biden said, adding “Dr.Fauci called for a mask mandate last week. This isn’t a political statement like those ugly folks over there beeping the horns. This is a patriotic duty, for God’s sake.”
This isn’t the first time that Biden lashed out at Trump supporters. During a campaign event in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Biden got trolled by Trump supporters.
The event was a total disaster for Biden considering there appeared to be more Trump supporters than Biden supporters. CNN political correspondent MJ Lee was at the scene.
“Rowdy scene as Joe Biden speaks at drive-in rally in Bucks County, PA — Trump supporters waving flags and honking during his speech,” Lee tweeted.
She followed up with another tweet where she said the rally was “practically a Trump drive-in rally.”
“Practically a Trump drive-in rally here now outside the Biden drive-in event. Biden has just finished speaking,” she added.
Biden was clearly flustered at the noise the Trump supporters were making and had a hard time focusing on his speech considering he lashed out and called them “chumps.”
“I’ll work as hard for those who don’t support me as those who do,” Biden said. He then went off script to attack the Trump supporters. “Including those chumps with the microphone out there.”
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