Biden Team Holds Presser Outside Courthouse

May 28, 2024

Let’s dive into the latest political drama that unfolded outside former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial in New York City. In a surprising move, President Joe Biden’s campaign decided to make a splashy appearance, featuring none other than actor Robert De Niro and a couple of former police officers who were at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.

De Niro, known for his Trump Deragnment Syndrome joined forces with former Washington, D.C., police officer Michael Fanone and former Capitol police officer Harry Dunn. The trio didn’t focus on the details of Trump’s trial but rather mocked Trump supporters.

Michael Tyler, the Biden campaign’s communication director, made it clear that their appearance wasn’t about the trial itself but about capturing media attention. “We’re here today because you all are here,” he told reporters, pointing towards the courthouse. This move came after Biden’s campaign struggled to cut through the noise of Trump’s legal battles and refocus public attention on the implications of a potential Trump return to the White House.

Robert De Niro, went off the rails, delivered a scathing critique of Trump. “I don’t mean to scare you. No, wait, maybe I do mean to scare you,” he said, emphasizing the potential loss of freedoms if Trump were to be re-elected. De Niro painted Trump as a threat not only to New York City but to the country and the world. “We New Yorkers used to tolerate him when he was just another crappy real estate hustler masquerading as a big shot,” De Niro quipped, underscoring his disdain for Trump’s history and his alleged intentions.

We then lost his mind attacking Trump supporters after he called them clowns.

Former Capitol Police Officers Fanone was present as well and boy did he get an earful.

If the point of the press conference was to match the Bronx rally, boy did it flop.



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