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Biden Campaign Hypes ‘Bloodbath’ Hoax in Ad

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The Biden campaign released an ad using out-of-context remarks from Donald Trump about a “bloodbath” occurring in the auto industry if Biden wins reelection.

The Biden spokesperson said Trump has encouraged political violence, but the full transcript shows Trump was referring to job losses if China builds auto plants in Mexico and sells cars to the US without tariffs.

“The Trump campaign can try to spin all they want, but the context is clear: their candidate has spent every moment since his first campaign encouraging and excusing political violence,” Biden campaign spokesperson Sarafina Chitika said. “Repeatedly. It’s not a bug, it’s a feature of Donald Trump’s extremism. We take Trump at his word — and voters will too.”

Trump said if elected, he’d impose 100% tariffs, but if not elected, it would be a “bloodbath” for the country and auto industry.

“If you’re listening, President Xi, and you and I are friends — but he understands the way I deal — those big monster car manufacturing plants that you’re building in Mexico right now … you’re going to not hire Americans and you’re going to sell the cars to us, no. We’re going to put a 100 percent tariff on every single car that comes across the line, and you’re not going to be able to sell those cars if I get elected,” Trump said. (Trending: Joe Biden Gets Bad News From Texas Judge)

“Now if I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath for the whole — that’s gonna be the least of it. … It’s going to be a bloodbath for the country. That will be the least of it. But they’re not going to sell those cars. They’re building massive factories,” he said.

However, the Biden ad omitted this relevant context regarding jobs and industry.

Trump criticized the ad, calling it “Fake News” and said he was referring to the declining auto sector.

The situation exemplifies both sides accusing the other of taking comments out of context for political gain in the rhetoric around the 2024 election.

“The Fake News made a big deal out of the word ‘Bloodbath,’ knowing that it was about our shrinking auto manufacturing business, and the fact that they use the same name all the time. They are sooo bad!” Trump wrote.

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