Diamond And Silk Slam Biden For Anti-Trump Comments: “He Didn’t Have The Guts…” (VIDEO)

Diamond and Silk appeared on Watters’ World this weekend and slammed former vice president Joe Biden for his recent attack on President Trump. They pointed out that Biden was the one who came off as a bully. They also noted the obvious hypocrisy.

Mediaite has the details:

Trump Supporters Diamond and Silk Slam Joe Biden: ‘He Didn’t Have the Guts to Run’ For President

Youtube personalities Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson have officially weighed in on a hypothetical brawl between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

The two women joined Fox News host Jesse Watters on Saturday night to discuss Trump’s ongoing feud with Biden, after both politicians discussed physically fighting each other this week. Diamond and Silk claimed Biden wouldn’t have a chance in an altercation with Trump, saying the 75-year-old Democrat was behaving like a “schoolyard bully.”

“It’s time for the American people to start looking at Joe Biden,” Diamond said Saturday. “Bullying a sitting president. We are hearing he’s thinking about running for president. Perhaps he ought to run for that border if he don’t know how to respect a sitting president. People who voted Democrat. We are tired of them trying to intimidate to dominate. They like to bully people and call people names and talk about threatening people and fighting people for no reason at all.”

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As usual, they’re exactly right.


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