President Donald Trump spared no Biden during his Arizona rally on Saturday night.
In a matter of less than a minute, he mocked both Joe Biden’s tiny crowds, as well as Hunter Biden’s alleged “art.”
As Trump said, Biden couldn’t even fill the eight circles at his own “rally.”
Check this out:
President Trump absolutely humiliated both Bidens in one fell swoop!
Trump also praised the impressive Arizona crowd at Saturday's event:
The visuals don't lie, and neither do the facts.
President Trump draws a crowd that Biden never could.
Trump wasn't the only one to openly mock Biden for his tiny crowds...
Trump's mockery of the younger Biden was equally as hilarious, and accurate.
At least one New York Magazine art critic agreed with President Trump according to Breitbart:
New York Magazine’s Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz said Friday to “imagine” if Donald Trump Jr. “made little watercolors” like Hunter Biden’s “art” and “sold them at an iffy commercial gallery for upwards of $150,000.”
“To those saying it’s fine that Hunter Biden shows his generic decorative zombie-abstraction art at a commercial gallery & sells it: Imagine if Donald Trump Jr (coke addict) made little watercolors like these & sold them at an iffy commercial gallery for upwards of $150,000,” he tweeted.
“Now imagine all the foreign agents, fishy businessmen, lobbyists, politicos buying the work & back room deals. The potential for conflict of interest is enormous & dangerous. Do what Republican war-monger George W. Bush did. Make your work; show it at a non-profit; no sales,” Saltz continued to state.
Ben Davis, a Artnet News’s National Art Critic, also gave his negative thoughts on Hunter’s new venture of selling art to “anonymous” investors.
“The whole thing is very, very weird. Prior to signing Hunter Biden, Bergès’s top media results “were nothing to quite speak about,” he began about Hunter’s art dealer, George Bergès.
“Now he is pitching himself as a kind of guru whose personal coaching shaped Hunter Biden from a hobbyist into a serious full-time artist,” Davis said of Bergès. “Back in 2019, Hunter sought and failed to find gallery representation with the help of Lanette Phillips, a Hollywood producer and supporter of the elder Biden.”
“Media interest in Hunter Biden’s art has now gone supernova because the White House was compelled to issue official ethics guidelines on his new career,” David continued. “Here’s a better idea: Don’t sell the artwork.”