Joe Biden wanted the date for the Democrat National Convention moved to a later time period. Now he wants a “Virtual” Convention, one where he doesn’t have to show up. Gee, I wonder why? Also, what ever happened to that phone call he told the Fake News he wanted to make to me?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 6, 2020
I'm old enough to remember when President Trump was dominating the internet and Joe Biden was struggling to establish an internet presence in a time of crisis and social distancing, and how bad that was for Biden and how good it was for Trump.
Yeah, I don't think Biden has to worry too much about the "presence" Trump has on the internet.
Trump also retweeted his earlier comment about NYT and WaPo advertising. He liked it so much he wanted it at the top of his feed, just below this tweet.
There's a compilation here of what Trump and Biden have said in the past few months. I don't think Biden's "missing in action" at all.
I've compiled a detailed timeline comparing public statements about coronavirus by @JoeBiden with statements by @realDonaldTrump.— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) April 6, 2020
Viewed in one place, the contrast is extraordinary -- it's utterly, comprehensively damning to the president.
And then we can all watch the Queen of England's 4 minute address to her nation, and wonder what it would be like to have a real leader in America:
BBC World's Katty Kay: "The queen giving that remarkable 4-minute speech. She said more in 4 minutes than President Trump said in the course of his 2-hour press conference."https://t.co/uofdp00R8H— MSNBC (@MSNBC) April 6, 2020
That internet, it's pretty much a four way street.