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CNN guest on Joe Biden: ‘I saw an old man telling ghost stories, trying to scare the kids’

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President Biden’s administration is struggling to gain traction, resorting to emphasizing the January 6th Capitol breach and attacking Donald Trump.

Critics argue that Biden is dwelling on past events and failing to present a vision for the future.

The strategy is seen as a way to divert attention from current issues and a potential lack of policy distinction from the previous administration. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Biden said he was in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania to “mark the anniversary of Donald Trump trying to prevent the peaceful transfer of power as a violent mob breached the U.S. Capitol at his urging.”

“Trump’s mob wasn’t a peaceful protest; it was a violent assault,” Biden continued.

“They were insurrectionists, not patriots. They weren’t there to uphold the Constitution; they were there to destroy the Constitution,” the President claimed.

“You can’t be pro-insurrection and pro-America,” posted Biden on X.

“I have never heard a candidate go on TV and brag about being booed,” said Jake Tapper.

“Although I don’t want to dismiss — he does get booed for telling the truth, or at least for being critical of Donald Trump,” Tapper continued.

Republican strategist Brad Todd said, “He’s tried everything else, so he has to try this now.”

“I watched Joe Biden’s speech, and I saw an old man telling ghost stories, trying to scare the kids,” continued Todd.

“And the fact of the matter is, Biden doesn’t want to talk about where the state of the country is. So he wants to campaign on Donald Trump. And it’s a trap for both candidates,” warned the strategist.

“Trump and Biden are the likely nominees on both sides. And the trap is that both of them want to run a campaign in the rearview mirror. I thought there was nothing in that speech that talked about the future. There was nothing in that speech to talk about how Biden’s vision for policy is different than Trump’s,” explained Todd.

The approach is criticized as ineffective, with comparisons made to telling “ghost stories” and lacking relevance to the current political landscape.

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