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Biden Campaign Hilariously Compares Biden's March Campaign Schedule With Trump's—And Oof

The Biden-Harris HQ X account trolled Donald Trump with side by side photos contrasting their March campaign schedules.

Joe Biden; Donald Trump
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The Biden campaign was praised after hilariously comparing President Joe Biden's March campaign schedule with that of former President Donald Trump, whose sparse event calendar has already drawn scrutiny.

With a simple post captioned "President Biden's March vs. Donald Trump's March," the Biden campaign's rapid response X account demonstrated with side-by-side photographs just how much it differs from the Trump campaign

The first image notes that Biden visited eight swing states in the 18 days between March 8 and March 26 including Pennsylvania, Georgia, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, and North Carolina. He won all of these states in the 2020 election with the exception of North Carolina, which Trump barely won by 1.3%.

The second image shows two pictures of Trump, the first of him sitting in a golf cart and the other of him sitting in a chair and looking at his phone. The photos were taken at the former President's Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, where this week he bragged about winning both the Club Championship and Senior Club Championship trophies.

You can see the post and the images below.

Biden-Harris campaign image of Joe Biden's campaign schedule and of Biden meeting with construction workers@BidenHQ/X

Biden-Harris campaign image of Trump at his Trump International Golf Club@BidenHQ/X

The juxtaposition could not have been more clear—and people were quick to mock Trump while praising the Biden campaign's social media game.

According to Trump's online schedule, he has just one rally scheduled for April 2 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a markedly empty slate less than eight months before his anticipated rematch with Biden.

Since securing the GOP nomination for the 2024 presidential race on March 12, Trump has made only one public appearance at a rally held in Vandalia, Ohio, four days later. Notably, this event was not organized by the official Trump campaign but by the Buckeye Values PAC, a political action committee supporting Senate candidate Bernie Moreno, who recently leveraged Trump's endorsement to a GOP primary win.

The absence of Trump rallies scheduled from late March onwards might be attributed to the former President's packed itinerary, primarily due to his involvement in four criminal trials and appeals related to civil cases; his trial on charges he falsified business records is scheduled for April 15.

In addition to the pending trial, Trump may also face legal proceedings in three other federal and state cases related to alleged criminal efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election and mishandling of classified documents. The dates for these trials remain uncertain and subject to change.