PRESIDENT Donald Trump shared a tweet criticizing Joe Biden and saying "he will never be president".
The tweet was originally posted by a Trump supporter with the username @skb_sara.
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"Joe Biden will leave his comfy patio with hanging plants for a photoshoot, yet won't travel to the Democratic Convention & accept the nomination for his party," she wrote.
"Sorry dems, you can't spin this with your insane TDS. He will never be president."
Twitter users were quick to spot that President Trump retweeted the post to his own Twitter page.
The tweet came during the second night of the Democratic National Convention when Biden was officially selected to be the Democratic nominee for the presidential election.
After the announcement, Biden offered a few brief remarks when he was joined by his wife Jill and several of their grandchildren to celebrate with just a handful of balloons.
Earlier in the night, Senator Chris Coons of Delaware and Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester, also from Biden's home state, gave speeches on the former vice president's behalf.
Former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Cater also offered their support for Biden, pointing to his experience and decency as a human being.
President Trump has recently fired shots at Biden via Twitter and speaking events.
On Saturday, Trump shared a video of the former vice president appearing not to take questions from the press at a Friday press event with Sen. Kamala Harris.
"Very strange," Trump wrote. "Sleepy Joe never takes questions."
"Also, his reporters have zero drive," Trump added. "Why can't my reporters behave like that? Something is going on!"
Also on Saturday, Trump spoke in Bedminster, New Jersey and mocked his opponent saying he "has no control over anybody. He has no control over himself."
In the most recent RealClearPolitics polling average, Biden leads Trump by 7.7 points nationally – though that total is down from Biden's largest lead of 10.2 points in June.
With 78 days until Election Day, Biden also leads Trump by at least five points in the key battleground states of Florida, Michigan Pennsylvania, and Florida.
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