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Hilarious: Donald J. Trump Hits Hard On Joe Biden |OneMuzikGh

Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) who is the 45th and current president of the United States. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality, went hard on his antagonist Joe Biden who is also the US Presidential candidate.

A post of Donald John Trump, sighted by OneMuzikGh on 18th September 2020 which is directly referring to Joe Biden because his name was mentioned plainly on the post.

In the post, Donald Trump labeled him a sleepy Joe Biden because Joe Biden disclosed that he wishes Donald Trump had closed the borders two weeks earlier.

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According to Donald Trump, what irked him is that, when he banned China from entering into the US in the midst of the enigmatic virus, it took Joe Biden a couple of months to come to the culmination that the band was actually an adventurous idea.

“Sleepy Joe Biden just said that he wished I closed up one week earlier — but when I banned China from coming in, it took him TWO MONTHS to finally realize that was a good thing. Sleepy Joe doesn’t have a clue, just look at what his own people said about his handling of the Swine Flu. It was a disaster!” He said.

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