Biden, an avid cyclist, went for a ride over the weekend in Delaware ― but the son of ex-president Donald Trump had a problem with the bike’s “big ridiculous reflector on the front of it” and for even biking at all at a time when Ukraine is under attack from Russia.
“My father would be giving speeches in front of F-35s, talking about how he’s building the greatest military the world has ever seen,” Trump said. “Believe me, that was sending a true message of strength.”
Then he went after Biden for not only riding a bike but also doing so “in the middle of the day.”
“This is the commander in chief of the United States of America,” he said. “What message does that send the world that is literally in the middle of, just, some horribleness?”
Eric Trump’s attack was widely panned for omitting one key detail about his dad: When times got tough, he went golfing.
Trump, who claimed he wouldn’t have time to golf as president and would only work, instead played 308 times in his four years in office, according to Golf News Net.
Many of those outings were at his own resorts, which reaped millions in taxpayer money to pay for the trips.
Eric Trump’s critics on Twitter were quick to remind him: