Back in May of 2020, as Joe Biden campaigned in the hopes of beating then-President Donald Trump in what would be a highly contested election, Biden blamed the surge of COVID-19 as his reason for not being out and about very often. That led him to take interviews and questions from his basement. But still, one of his most memorable moments during his campaign was when he spoke with popular African American radio host, Charlamagne Tha God.
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At the time, Biden was having a rather difficult time explaining why he would be a better President than Trump, who had already proven himself by spending four years in office. Somewhat cocky, Biden blatantly stated, “Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
Since that interview, Biden not only “won” the 2020 election, but he’s also hurled America into a whirlwind of COVID-19 mandates, inflation, and skyrocketing crime. Not to mention, the Southern border is still crumbling. And with it being almost two years since Charlamagne sat down with Biden, it appears the host of “The Breakfast Club” is now asking, “Where is TRUMP?” Take a look.
On top of wanting to know where Trump was, Charlamagne added that he was tired of the Democrats promising the community and Americans change but never delivering. He went on to note that while Trump wasn’t his favorite, at least he knew where he stood on key issues.
Commenters couldn’t agree more with the radio host. One commented, “Charlamagne, come towards the light. Leave the dark side [liberalism] behind. Who cares what they say. Also change your name. Its blasphemy.”
Another added, “It’s official, Joe has united the country under one saying “Where is Trump?” LOL.”
One simply concluded, “It’s over for Joe. He’s toast.”
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