Biden initially refrained from attacking the Republican field for his 2024 reelection bid but has now fired his first shot at Trump.
Ahead of Trump’s Fox News interview, Biden’s campaign criticized Trump for soft townhalls and his unfulfilled promises in Wisconsin.
This marks a shift in Biden’s approach, acknowledging Trump as a significant GOP threat.
The campaign’s criticism focuses on economic issues, highlighting Biden’s success in creating manufacturing jobs and strengthening competitiveness.
The move indicates Biden’s awareness of the need to address his economy approval ratings.
While Biden previously avoided naming opponents, this statement signals a more assertive stance.