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Joe Biden Savagely Trolls DeSantis After His Twitter Campaign Launch Kept Crashing Everyone's Phones

After Ron DeSantis' presidential campaign launch on Twitter Spaces kept crashing, Joe Biden tweeted out a campaign donation link saying 'This link works.'

Joe Biden; Ron DeSantis
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Democratic President Joe Biden brilliantly trolled Ron DeSantis with a shady tweet for the ages after the Republican Florida Governor experienced technical difficulties trying to launch his 2024 Presidential campaign.

On Wednesday night, DeSantis tried verbally announcing his bid to run for the Oval Office on Twitter, but his attempt was marred by an embarrassing series of technical glitches that ultimately led him to make an announcement in a tweet.

Musk, who is the CEO of Twitter, was overheard commenting, "Servers are straining somewhat," during a discussion he was supposed to be having with DeSantis on the platform's new Twitter Spaceslive audio stream feature.

The event that had a list of more than a half million listeners and was to feature DeSantis officially declaring his bid for the White House was eventually aborted altogether.

In response to the Florida Governor's online debacle derailing his announcement, Biden offered Americans a surefire solution.

He provided a link for people to make a donation to his reelection campaign with Vice President Kamala Harris and tweeted:

"This link works."

Democrats ate it up.

Later in the day, Biden shared a video featuring DeSantis and added the caption:

"No matter what happens, you can hear Ron DeSantis’ agenda loud and clear."

Twitter was here for the return Dark Brandon and they encouraged him to "finish the job" for a second term.

DeSantis had filed federal paperwork earlier that Wednesday to become the Republican Presidential nominee.

His campaign team tried to spin the announcement gaffe on Twitter in his favor, telling NBC News:

“Governor DeSantis broke the internet—that should tell you everything you need to know about the strength of his candidacy….!”