Donald Trump launches Twitter frenzy touting his accomplishments and lashing out at Joe Biden

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On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump held a 30-message Twitter spree to brag about his accomplishments and brag about alleged Democratic candidate Joe Biden as the president’s poll numbers continue to drop.

In an article, Trump retweeted a highlight of Fox News ‘Watters’ World where the eldest son and adviser to the president criticized Biden’s competence.

“It would be really sad if it weren’t so scary that Joe Biden could be in charge of nuclear football,” Fox News host Jesse Watters, Donald Trump Jr.

Despite an increase in the rate of coronavirus cases in the United States, the president has also touted his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Greater China virus outbreaks around the world, including in countries considered to have done a great job. The Fake News does not report this. The United States will be stronger than ever, and soon! Trump tweeted in his Sunday morning rant.

According to a new ABC News / Ipsos poll released on Friday, 66% of Americans do not approve of the president’s handling of the crisis – even as Trump continues to try to blame China.

Donald Trump took part in a 30-tweet frenzy on Twitter Sunday morning where he denounced Joe Biden and bragged about his presidential accomplishments – all while endorsing and praising Republican candidates for Congress.

A retweet showed a video of Trump's eldest son and adviser, Donald Trump Jr. (right), telling Fox News host Jesse Watters (left) on Saturday night that it is 'so scary' that Joe Biden can have access to the nuclear button

A retweet showed a video of Trump’s eldest son and adviser, Donald Trump Jr. (right), telling Fox News host Jesse Watters (left) on Saturday night that it’s “so scary” that Joe Biden can have access to the nuclear button

He also retweeted a clip from the director of press communications for his re-election campaign claiming Biden would raise taxes by $ 7 trillion.

He also retweeted a clip from the director of press communications for his re-election campaign claiming Biden would raise taxes by $ 7 trillion.

Trump, during the tweet storm, has blamed China's coronavirus pandemic as polls show Americans disapprove of his handling of national crises - including the COVID-19 outbreak

Trump, during the tweet storm, has blamed China’s coronavirus pandemic as polls show Americans disapprove of his handling of national crises – including the COVID-19 outbreak

ABC News / Ipsos survey shows 66% of Americans do not approve of Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic

ABC News / Ipsos survey shows 66% of Americans do not approve of Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic

In the survey, taken July 29-30, Trump’s approval for handling the coronavirus reached 34%, up one percentage point from his lowest score earlier this month since the Pollsters began tracking the virus figure in March.

Trump tweeted a Twitter message from his campaign with a clip of him calling for a second round of stimulus checks for Americans amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“President @realDonaldTrump: We want to get the stimulus money for the people, Democrats see it as a political issue,” the tweet read with a clip of him in front of Air Force One.

Even members of Trump’s own coronavirus task force recently began berating the president as he continues to promote the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a good treatment, if not a cure, for the coronavirus.

“We don’t recommend this as a treatment,” White House task force chief of tests Admiral Brett Giroir said Sunday morning. “Hydroxychloroquine, I cannot recommend it.

“The evidence just doesn’t show that hydroxychloroquine is effective right now,” he continued. “I think we have to go from there and talk about what is effective.

Trump has continuously pushed for the drug used to treat or prevent the contraction of malaria, claiming that it is also effective in treating COVID-19.

The president even said he took it for two weeks as a preventative measure and to prove it was safe.

Trump’s overall approval has also dropped to 36% as he struggles to deal with the coronavirus crisis, the Black Lives Matter protests across the country and has faced backlash for his dealings with foreign adversaries, like Russia and China.

More than half of white Americans disapprove of the way Trump has handled the protests, 72 percent of Hispanics and a clear majority of black Americans, at 92 percent, think the same.

The poll also shows Democrats and Independents do not broadly approve of Trump's treatment of Russia, but 80% of Republicans approve of it.

The poll also shows Democrats and Independents do not broadly approve of Trump’s treatment of Russia, but 80% of Republicans approve of it.

White, Black and Hispanic Americans Also Dislike How Trump Responded To Dominant National Black Lives Matter Protests

White, Black and Hispanic Americans Also Dislike How Trump Responded To Dominant National Black Lives Matter Protests

Trump has also spent his morning bashing his Democratic rival in an attempt to hurt his opponent in the run-up to the November election and several polls show he is losing support in some battlefield states.

“Don’t believe the lies you hear in the media or on social media about a Biden victory. It will be a very close election. But President Trump has the advantage, ”Trump retweeted on Watters’ World’s Twitter with the TV host monologue.

In other miscellaneous tweets, Trump has endorsed several candidates and denounced the drug companies.

“When you see the drug companies taking massive TV commercials against me, forget what they’re saying (which is wrong), YOU KNOW DRUG PRICES are going down, BIG,” he boasted. “The favored nations clause means that the United States will pay the lowest price of any country in the world. Never done before. Watch!!!’

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