President Biden flashes a 'creepy smile' when asked about Trump's guilty verdict

Source: MEGA

President Joe Biden raised eyebrows this week when he flashed a “creepy smile” when asked about Donald Trump's guilty hush money verdict.

May 31, 2024, published at 3:23 PM ET

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“Trump will have the opportunity – as he should – to appeal that decision, just as everyone else has,” the current commander-in-chief continued. “That's how the American legal system works.”

President Biden also warned that it was “dangerous,” “reckless” and “irresponsible” for Trump and his supporters to call the recent criminal hush money trial “rigged” simply because “they don't like the verdict.”

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Joe Biden gives a creepy smile to Donald Trump's guilty verdict
Source: MEGA

The grisly incident occurred Friday as President Biden gave a speech at the White House about Trump's recent conviction.

Biden acknowledged that the U.S. justice system is “literally the cornerstone of America” and emphasized that “we should never allow anyone to tear it down.”

Flash forward to the end of the president's speech, which ultimately took a disturbing turn when he was asked about Trump as he strolled away from the stage after his remarks ended.

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“Donald Trump calls himself a political prisoner and blames you directly,” a reporter asked. “What is your answer to that, sir?”

But instead of answering the reporter's question, President Biden slowly turned around and smiled what many described as a “creepy,” “evil” and “devious” smile. He then left the room.

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Joe Biden gives a creepy smile to Donald Trump's guilty verdict
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“Even my mother called me and asked if I saw how creepy it was.”

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Several viewers who watched President Biden's speech from the White House on Friday rushed to social media to report it discuss how “creepy” the incident was.

“Holy s— that's creepy,” one user tweeted under a clip of the now-viral moment.

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“Even my mom called me and asked if I saw how creepy it was,” someone else wrote.

“Never in my life have I ever seen a politician make such a malicious statement without making a sound,” yet another X user commented.

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Joe Biden gives a creepy smile to Donald Trump's guilty verdict
Source: MEGA

Trump on Thursday became the first former US president in history to be convicted on criminal charges.

“Disgusting evil creep,” another viewer commented.

If RadarOnline.com previously reported, Biden's comments over Trump's recent criminal conviction It was not the first time that the current president spoke about his predecessor guilty verdict.

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Thursday shortly after a New York jury found Trump guilty Of 34 cases of falsifying company records to conceal a hush money payment, Biden took to social media to share a brief explanation.

“There is only one way to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office,” the president wrote. “At the ballot box.”

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