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Tom Shillue: Trump’s comments about Biden, Obama shows that he is the ” MVP-trolling his competitors

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Tom Shillue on Joe Biden and President of the Trump

President trump is the last criticism from former US Vice-President Joe Biden, he is the “MVP” in terms of trolling his rivals, according to Tom Shillue.

The President of the public questioning of Biden’s relationship with the former President, Barack Obama, is the latest example of such, Shillue claimed on Tuesday on “The Five.”

“President Trump is once again prove he is the MVP of trolling his competitors,” he said.

The Fox News Radio host pointed to an interview, not the President held with “The Hill”, in which he asked whether it is Obama Biden a “big secret”, why is assured.

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In the interview, Trump said the Delaware Democrat, “seemed to have get along” with the former President, while the two were in the White house.

“How can he not be President, Obama is in favour of it, it has a reason why he does not approve of him,” he said.

“And then he goes and lies and says: I asked the President not to approve me – give me a break – because he’s embarrassed by the fact that Obama does not approve of him.

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“So he goes out and says,’ I asked President Obama to support me.”

Shillue claimed Trump, the comments revealed a strong sense of strategy.

“This is politically brilliant, because he goes to the great strength of Joe Biden is his Association with Obama,” he said.

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“He is creating puzzles. The big puzzle is, what it’s all about.”

Trump and Biden have repeatedly traded blows since the former Vice-President of the 2020 race, with the President often dismissed, resigned, his potential opponents as “sleepy”.

Trump even said he would prefer.against Biden, rather than face another campaign against the former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton

Fox News’ Liam Quinn contributed to this report.

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