President Joe Biden was once again faced with the extremely biased and partisan Manhattan District Attorney’s felony indictment of former President Donald Trump as reporters asked for his take on it. One reporter asked the President if he is worried that the indictment will divide our already split country further, to which Biden replied, “I have no comment on that.” Another reporter tried to bring up the possible protests that could happen, but Biden refused to talk any further about the Trump indictment, declaring, “No, I’m not going to talk about the Trump indictment.”
Biden refuses to comment on Donald Trump’s Grand Jury indictment.https://t.co/B3f9sxBmlD
— Proud Elephant 🇺🇸🦅 (@ProudElephantUS) March 31, 2023
The President was also asked about what this indictment means for ‘the rule of law’ in the country. Nevertheless, he did not give any productive feedback as he reiterated his prior response while maintaining his silence on the Trump matter. The former President replied, casting the indictment as “Political Persecution” and “Election Interference at the highest level in history.” He noted that “the American people realize exactly what the Radical Left Democrats are doing here. Everyone can see it. So our Movement, and our Party – united and strong – will first defeat Alvin Bragg, and then we will defeat Joe Biden, and we are going to throw every last one of these Crooked Democrats out of office so we can MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”
NOW – Biden: "I have no comment on Trump."pic.twitter.com/RmRNJlzZrC
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) March 31, 2023
Despite relatively low job approval ratings and a 38% poll number, NBC News reports that Biden has all but locked up the Democratic nomination even before a primary challenge occurs. A long-time Democratic fundraiser and Biden supporter noted that it is impressive that despite his less-than-stellar numbers, there isn’t a primary challenge yet. The Wall Street Journal wrote that the indictment could help Trump in the GOP primary, but it could also harm him in the general elections as it might push swing voters away from him.
In the meantime, the President is currently on his 20-state tour to discuss jobs and employment aiming to improve the country’s economic state, starting with Mississippi. He seems to have gotten his talking points loud and clear: keep quiet and remain silent on the matter of Trump. It is clear that the President has much more important things to focus on than petty matters like the Manhattan DA’s witch-hunt against the former President.