On Wednesday (May 10), President Joe Biden mocked former President Donald Trump’s controversial CNN town hall appearance, with Biden asking his supporters to donate to his reelection campaign if they don’t want “four more years” of Trump.
Taking to Twitter, Biden declared the decision “simple,” saying that if Americans don’t “want four more years of that,” they should “pitch in to our campaign.”
Later on Wednesday, Biden’s campaign sent out a fundraising email with the subject: “So, that happened.”
The email claims that those who missed the former President’s CNN town hall are “better off for it” but reiterates the context of the tweet, making it a choice between Biden and “four more years of Trump.”
Biden’s tweet came after Trump and CNN host Kaitlan Collins engaged in an intense debate that lasted more than an hour.
The debate covered several topics, including his false claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen, the January 6, 2021 Insurrection, and if he could accept the 2024 election results.
There was also applause from the audience at the town hall during some of Trump’s answers, including when he dismissed a question about writer E. Jean Carroll.
Carroll was awarded $5 million in damages after a jury found Trump liable for sexual assault and defamation.
Trump reiterated his false claims that voter fraud jeopardized the 2020 election.
He also defended his phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, in which he urged Raffensperger to find the votes needed to win the election.