‘Irony is dead’: Eric Trump mocked over criticism of Biden being in Delaware

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Twitter users have ironically declared Joe Biden “dead” after Donald Trump’s second eldest son Eric accused Joe Biden of spending too much time away from Washington DC.

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Eric Trump, who was speaking with Fox News on Tuesday, accused the US president of being away from DC amid an alleged “worsening economic crisis” and compared it to August, when US forces withdrew from Afghanistan.

“Afghanistan is falling. guess what? You have President Biden who is in Delaware who is not solving that problem,” Trump alleged.

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Mr Biden was at Camp David, the country residence of the US President, during his return to Afghanistan and returned to DC amid the evacuation of Americans, allies and asylum seekers.

Over the weekend, the US president was in DC for the 40th annual National Peace Officers Memorial Service at the Capitol, where he remembered those who died in the aftermath of January’s Capitol riots – carried out by a pro-Trump mob.

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Dozens of social media users criticized Mr Trump for his comments, which many said There was evidence that the irony was “deader than dead”.

His father played golf on hundreds of occasions while in the White House, and according to analysis Washington Post, spends an average of every 3.4 days on property owned by his Trump Organization.

“Maybe they don’t remember dad golfing while covid was running rampant in this country!” a twitter the user wrote.

“Or that daddy wanted everyone to inject bleach as a cure, or any other number of times his daddy was at a resort while something was going wrong.”

Best-selling author Vicky Ward said, “Eric Trump says a current president shouldn’t spend time on his personal property.”

“According to Philip Bump (NS Washington Post), Donald Trump visited Trump Organization assets in the 428 days of his presidency, or once every 3.4 days.

Mr Trump’s remarks came after Mr Biden announced last week that ports across the US would work 24/7 to store stores amid a bottleneck in the country’s supply chains and increased consumer demand.

Meanwhile, the latest jobs report found that the country added fewer jobs than it did last month.

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Credit: www.independent.co.uk /

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