Trump just went on national TV and embarrassed Biden in a way he didn’t see coming

The Left was hoping Donald Trump would go away after leaving the White House.

But if he’s anything, he’s persistent.

And Trump just went on national TV and destroyed Biden in a way he didn’t see coming.

Trump made his way into the White House by playing the so-called “mainstream” media like a fiddle.

He thrived off of their hate and proved himself as a true outsider by challenging them head-on.

The former President is a master at communication and loves being in front of the cameras.

In contrast, Joe Biden tries to avoid the media as much as possible, knowing that he will almost certainly make a fool of himself.

Biden proved that in his first press conference, where he bumbled his way through a series of questions which he had detailed, scripted answers to.

Despite those scripted answers, he still often found himself rambling on and making incoherent statements.

And following the press conference, Trump couldn’t wait to rip into his successor.

He appeared on Fox News, calling into The Ingraham Angle.

Trump didn’t mince words, summing up the entire press conference in just one sentence.

“The whole thing was ridiculous. You know it and so do I,” Trump said.

The former President discussed a number of topics Biden brought up, including the border crisis.

He responded to the false claim by Biden that Trump left migrant children to “starve to death” on the Mexican side of the border.

“When an unaccompanied child ends up at the border, we [aren’t] going to let them starve to death and stay on the other side – No previous administration did that either, except Trump. I’m not going to do it,” Biden told reporters.

Trump pointed out that because of his policies, most people stopped coming to try to enter the country illegally, knowing that the border was actually secured.

The former President also points out that it was his policy to take care of unaccompanied minors, which the Left should know well, considering they are the so-called “children in cages” they spent four years whining about.

Trump said, “If young kids were with parents, but a lot of times, they weren’t, and we would take care of them, but . . . what they are doing now is outrageous. And they should finish the wall.”

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.