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Biden’s Twitter Post Turns Into Big Mistake

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Once again, President Joseph Biden has humiliated himself on social media after a Twitter campaign failed catastrophically.

On Sunday, Biden’s account tweeted a photo of a “Believe” banner hanging outside the Oval Office, with the simple caption “Tomorrow.”

This was meant to publicize the fact that the president and first lady will be hosting the cast of the successful television series “Ted Lasso” at the White House the next day to discuss the significance of mental health.

According to the pop culture website The Mary Sue, the “Believe” phrase is a reference to the fact that in the show, Coach Lasso hangs the banner over his office to inspire his fictitious soccer club, AFC Richmond.

Biden believed that this would be an excellent opportunity to promote not only the event, but also the efforts of his government. Twitter people, unfortunately for the president, had other plans.

Several were quick to reply with funny parodies of the image, demonstrating that they do not “believe” in the administration’s competency.

One altered the sign to say “Smoking Area” and included an image of Hunter Biden smoking marijuana in the Oval Office.

Another took aim at Biden’s ties to the Chinese government.

Yet another meme poked fun at the 80-year-old president’s advanced age.

And there were plenty of others.

As Biden attempts to portray his government as the one that will unite and fix the nation’s issues, the American people do not share his optimism.

They view Biden, his government, and his family as nothing more than a group of crooked and inept politicians who have done nothing to aid the American people.

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