Well-Trolled: Donald Trump Retweeted Prankster Who Changed Name to 'F**k Trump'

Well-Trolled: Donald Trump Retweeted Prankster Who Changed Name to 'F**k Trump'

Well-Trolled: Donald Trump Retweeted Prankster Who Changed Name to 'F**k Trump'

For all his pretended persona as "middle class Joe", which he put forward again during his stump speech, Biden is well aware of the social gulf between these rotten organizations and the workers who are trapped in them, to say nothing of the millions more workers who have nothing to do with the unions at all.

Less than a week into his 2020 presidential campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden is focused on taking swings President Donald Trump, this time turning the president's slogan around.

"Only about a third of potential Democratic voters with a preference in the race (36 percent) say they will definitely back the candidate they now support, [while] 64 percent say they could still change their minds", CNN polling director Jennifer Agiesta wrote.

According to the new survey, Biden jumped 11 points since announcing his run for the White House last Thursday, with 39% of likely Democratic voters supporting the former Vice President followed by Sanders at 15%.

The International Association of Fire Fighters, a union that represents over 300,000 firefighters, endorsed Biden last week.

An online prankster has apparently played a prank on US President Donald Trump, tricking him into retweeting an account now called "F**k Donald Trump".

Trump went on a Twitter assault against Biden on Monday, the day Biden was making his first speech as a 2020 presidential candidate in Pittsburgh.

Twenty percent said they wanted to hear more about Sen. Funny, I'm only here because of Biden & Obama. "They didn't do the job".

"I've done more for Firefighters than this dues sucking union will ever do, and I get paid ZERO!" "But the members love Trump. Some things never change!" "They look at our record economy, tax & reg cuts, military etc. WIN!"

Biden responded to Trump's attack tweeting "I'm sick of this President badmouthing unions". In 2016, both Clinton and GOP candidate Jeb Bush were leading in polls at this stage of the campaign, but the state was won by Trump and Sanders in their respective primaries. "He knows that a strong middle class means a strong America, and we know, as president, he will stand up for all the patriotic Americans who want nothing more than to earn a decent wage, send their kids to college, have affordable health care and a decent and secure retirement".

One poll question states, "In your opinion, which candidate in the Democratic field has the best chance of beating President Trump?".

Biden, who represented DE in the Senate for more than 30 years, also collected endorsements from the state's entire congressional delegation: Sens.

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