After the fiery debates on Tuesday night, Joe Biden went back into hiding in his basement.
President Donald Trump however, got right back to work.
At a rally in Minnesota, President Trump went hard after Biden for his comments o Antifa.
Trump said: “Joe Biden Say Antifa is Just an Idea. Well Ideas Don’t Assault Cops and They Don’t Burn Down Buildings. Antifa is a domestic terrorist organization.”
This is exactly correct, and the American people know it.
Here's the exact moment from the debates to which President Trump is referring to.
Our friends at Fox News have more on Biden's refusal to condemn Antifa:
Democratic nominee Joe Biden, during the first presidential debate on Tuesday, dismissed Antifa as “an idea” when asked to condemn left-wing violent extremism – but that claim is highly disputed by Republicans and some who have covered them up-close, including the White House.
“Antifa’s an idea, not an organization,” Biden said during the debate in Ohio. “That’s what [Trump's] FBI director said.”
Biden appeared to be referencing testimony by FBI Director Christopher Wray earlier this month during which he said Antifa was a “real thing” and that the FBI had undertaken “any number of properly predicated investigations into what we would describe as violent anarchist extremists,” including into individuals who identify with Antifa.
“We look at Antifa as more of an ideology or a movement than an organization," Wray had said. "To be clear we do have quite a number of properly predicated domestic terrorism investigations into violent anarchist extremists, any number of whom self-identify with the Antifa movement.”
He also said the individuals who identify with the Antifa movement were "coalescing regionally into what you might describe as small groups or nodes" that are under investigation.”
Just last week, President Trump introduced a plan that would designate Antifa a terrorist organization, something he had suggested doing in the past.
Antifa has been behind violence and riots for years, with the group tracing its roots back to Portland, Ore., in 2007, but has been behind a surge in violence in cities across the country during the summer in places like Portland, where the federal courthouse was besieged by left-wing radicals for months.
Attorney General William Barr previously told CNN: “I’ve talked to every police chief in every city where there has been major violence and they all have identified Antifa as the ramrod for the violence."
Meanwhile, everyone is so worried about who President Trump has or hasn't condemned, they ignore the fact that Biden has never condemned Antifa.
In fact, Biden more or less refused to answer everything he was asked.