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Team Biden Trolls Trump With Brutal Thread Of All Former Trump Officials Who Now Oppose Him—And Hoo Boy

The Biden-Harris HQ X account shared an epic thread quoting former members of Donald Trump's administration who no longer support him, including Bill Barr, John Kelly and Mick Mulvaney.

William Barr; Donald Trump' John Kelly
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The Biden-Harris HQ account earned wide praise after sharing an epic thread quoting former members of Donald Trump's administration who no longer support him for president.

Noting that those "who know Trump best won't support him," the campaign launched into an exhaustive list of every public figure who worked for Trump—and has now distanced themselves or disavowed him altogether.

You can see the post below.

The campaign shared footage of Trump's former Attorney General, William Barr, referring to Trump as a "consummate narcissist who constantly engages in reckless conduct" who "will always put his own interests and gratifying his own ego ahead of everything else, including the country’s interest."

The campaign noted that Trump's former National Security Adviser John Bolton once said that Trump, who openly praises authoritarian leaders, is thought of as a "laughing fool" by dictators who "are prepared to take advantage of him."

Trump's former Secretary of Transportation, Elaine Chao, notably stepped down after the insurrection of January 6, 2021, because she believes in both "the peaceful transfer of power" and democracy itself.

Mark Esper, Trump's former Secretary of Defense, also addressed Trump's behavior on, before, and after January 6, saying it "threatens our democracy."

The Biden-Harris campaign also cited comments from Trump's ex-White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, who said that "Trump has no idea what America stands for" and confirmed some of Trump's remarks about veterans, such as the time he referred to them as "suckers" and "losers."

As for Trump’s former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley, the Biden-Harris campaign noted that he'd said Trump had "gone into a serious mental decline in the aftermath of the [2020] election" and spent his time "screaming at officials and constructing his own alternate reality about endless election conspiracies."

Further underscoring Trump's unfitness for office, the campaign included footage of ex-White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney saying that he chose to leave the Trump administration because "Trump failed at being the president when we needed him to be that."

The list is extensive and includes such individuals as Trump’s former Director of Strategic Communications Alyssa Farah Griffin, his former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham, his former Defense Secretary John Mattis, his Vice President Mike Pence, and even his ex-2024 GOP rival Nikki Haley, who served as his Ambassador to the United Nations.

The Biden campaign's trolling was masterful as far as social media users were concerned.

Throughout Trump's four-year term, the upper echelons of his government witnessed significant turnover.

At times, Cabinet members were ousted due to perceived disloyalty or incompetence, while in other instances, they departed over policy disagreements with the president.

An analysis conducted by the Brookings Institution, focusing on Cabinet members directly in the presidential line of succession, revealed that turnover in Trump's final year in office, coinciding with his re-election campaign, surpassed that of every president since Ronald Reagan.