Trump under fire for posting video of Joe Biden kidnapping

Former President Donald Trump has come under severe criticism for posting a video of the ‘kidnapping’ of the current President of the United States, Joe Biden. Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Trump are facing each other for the second time in the upcoming November presidential election.

Trump posted a video on his own social media site Truth Social on Friday (March 29) local time of Joe Biden lying on the floor in the back of a pickup truck with his hands and feet tied. News from The Guardian.

The roughly seven-second video shows a picture of the current president printed on the back of the pickup. In other words, he has been abducted – that is what is meant in the film. Although the film is completely edited. Two trucks with flags and decals show support for Trump while the second truck has a photo of Biden on the back.

In this incident, Democrat supporters called Trump a monster. Donald Trump, 77, captioned the video, 3/28/24, Long Island, New York.

As soon as the video was posted, Trump came under fire from Biden’s supporters. Biden’s campaign communications director, Michael Taylor, said the photo Trump posted Friday night appeared to indicate physical harm to his opponents.

He also said that Trump is constantly inciting political violence. Now is the time to boycott him.

Meanwhile, Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung said in a statement that the image was of the back of a pickup truck traveling down the highway. Democrats have not only called for despicable violence against President Trump and his family, they are actually using the justice system as a weapon against him.

But the appearance of Biden’s image in the video does not seem to be a mere coincidence. Because the edited image of Biden at the end of the video is zoomed in.

Meanwhile, many Twitter users expressed their anger over the picture. Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Tribe wrote on X, the monster posted it. A picture of President Biden with his hands and feet tied in the back of a truck. He (Trump) is threatening the president. It is a crime. If anyone else did it, he would be arrested. What to do now?

Juliet Kayem, a former Obama administration official and current CNN national security analyst, wrote, “Trump has abandoned everything and adopted violence as a strategy.”