Trump Just Compared Biden to a “Rabid Dog” on Twitter

The President was responding to a statement by the dictator of North Korea.

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Trump was on a Twitter tear Sunday morning, retweeting a Rush Limbaugh takedown of the impeachment hearings and a Rep. Kevin McCarthy spot on Fox News that’s highly favorable to the President. 

But one tweet in particular stands out. In it, Trump weighs in on a statement from North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un calling former Vice President Joe Biden a “rabid dog” who should be “beaten to death with a stick.” 

Trump’s response is hardly better:

 

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