Trump and Biden are up again for wearing masks. U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a tweet Saturday mocking Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for wearing a mask at a Memorial Day event, while Biden fired back in an interview with U.S. media, and then updated his Twitter profile, CNN reported.
Original title: After being jeered by Trump, Biden hit back with a new face mask
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The media found that Biden had replaced his Twitter profile picture with a photo of himself wearing a mask, and he sent a message reminding people to wear them.
Multiple U.S. media reports previously said that 25 local time, Biden at a veterans memorial park in Delaware to attend the Memorial Day ceremony, wearing black sunglasses and black mask appearance, this is his first public appearance in weeks. On the same day, Trump, who attended a Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, did not wear a mask.
Trump later said he found it “unusual” for Biden to wear a mask when he came to the memorial. White House press secretary Kelly McNerney also responded to Biden’s move by saying he was acting “a little strange.”
Trump retweeted a tweet from Fox News host Brett Hume mocking Biden.
Fox News host Brett Hume tweeted mocked Biden, saying, “It might explain why President Trump doesn’t want to wear a mask in public.” Look at Biden today. Trump then retweeted the tweet.
In response, Biden was reluctant to give a snob, first criticizing Trump as “a complete fool” in an interview with The American press, and saying that all doctors had suggested that masks should be worn in the crowd, and that “the president should play a leading role, not fool the public and pretend to be manly.” Biden then changed his Twitter profile picture of himself wearing a mask and sent a message reminding people to wear them.