On Wednesday, June 14, the former POTUS slammed Biden's leadership just hours after he was taken into custody on Tuesday, June 13, in Miami and indicted on 37 federal charges in relation to his classified documents scandal.
"Joe Biden will forever be remembered as not only the most corrupt president in the history of our Country, but perhaps, even more importantly, the president who, together with a band of his closest thugs, misfits, and Marxists, tried to destroy American Democracy!" Trump wrote via his social media app, Truth Social, around midnight.
He further ranted about the hefty amount of charges he was hit with and dropped wild accusations against the Commander-in-Chief.
"It's no coincidence that these charges against me came down the VERY SAME DAY evidence revealed Joe Biden took a $5 million bribe from Ukraine!" Trump harshly claimed.
On Thursday, June 8, Biden was questioned during a joint White House press conference with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak about the alleged payment he received during his time as vice president, according to a news publication.
"Where's the money?" the 80-year-old quipped when asked what he would say to congressional republicans, before adding: "I'm joking. It's a load of malarkey."
Before attempting to turn attention away from his indictment by verbally attacking Biden, Trump defended his actions earlier on Tuesday and tried to provide his fans with an explanation as to why his Mar-a-Lago estate stored a large amount of boxes filled with classified documents.
"Because the sham indictment put forward by the Biden administration included staged photographs of boxes at Mar-a-Lago, many people have asked me why I had these boxes," Trump stated during a speech in Bedminster, N.J., as OK! previously reported.
"The answer, in addition to having every right under the Presidential Records Act, is that these boxes were containing all types of personal belongings. Many, many things. Shirts and shoes and everything. As can be seen in the picture, where someone — not me, I wonder who it might have been — dumped one of the very neatly arranged boxes all over the floor, they were full of newspapers, press clippings, thousands of pictures, thousands and thousands of White House pictures," he claimed.
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Daily Mail reported on Biden's response during his joint press conference.