Biden: “You Won’t Have To Worry About My Tweets When I’m President”; Don Jr. Responds: “You Couldn’t Figure Out Twitter If You Wanted To”

Biden, Trump Jr.Zoom Video Screen Shot, Fox Video Screen Shot

Donald Trump Jr. fired back at Joe Biden on Saturday after the former Vice President took a veiled jab at President Trump.

In a statement posted on Twitter on Thursday, Biden told his audience that if he becomes president, they “won’t have to worry about” his tweets.

“You won’t have to worry about my tweets when I’m president,” Biden tweeted.

Upon seeing Biden’s statement, Donald Trump Jr. read between the lines and realized that the former VP was likely targeting President Trump’s tweeting habits, which often draws the ire of his opponents.

“We aren’t worried about that,” Don Jr. replied. “It’s your inability to be coherent or to remember where you are, your terrible record building up China, China’s 1.5 Billion ‘investment’ with your son etc etc that we’re worried about.”

“It’s clear you couldn’t figure out twitter if you wanted to!” he added. See Below

Donald Trump Jr. Responds To Joe Biden

Trump Jr. referenced a deal that was reportedly struck between Hunter Biden and the Chinese government during the time his father was serving as Vice President.

According to a report by Breitbart:

A private equity firm managed by the son of former Vice President Joe Biden struck a deal with China’s state-owned bank in 2013 at the same time that Biden was in the country to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Hunter Biden, who arrived in China aboard Air Force Two alongside the vice president and the rest of the U.S. delegation, was at the time in control of Rosemont Seneca Partners LLC., a private equity firm that would go on to strike a deal with the state-owned Bank of China to create a $1 billion joint investment fund.

The deal was eventually increased to $1.5 billion, as reported by Breitbart.

In ending, here’s a video of Trump Jr. discussing Hunter Biden’s alleged deal with China, while speaking at a 2019 rally: