Trump, his campaign promote edited Biden video

President TrumpDonald John TrumpFormer employees critique EPA under Trump in new report Fired State Department watchdog says Pompeo aide attempted to 'bully' him over investigations Virginia senator calls for Barr to resign over order to clear protests MORE and his campaign promoted an edited video of former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenFox News polls: Trump trails Biden in Ohio, Arizona and Wisconsin Kelly holds double-digit lead over McSally in Arizona: poll Obama calls for police reforms, doesn't address Trump MORE that incorrectly made it seem like he endorsed a Trump reelection.

The edited version of the video had received 4.2 million views and 19,400 retweets after Trump shared it as of Sunday afternoon. The footage is from Biden’s speech in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday.

"Excuse me. We can only reelect Donald Trump," Biden appears to say, but the rest of his sentence is cut off. 


He actually said, “Excuse me. We can only reelect Donald Trump if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad here. It's gotta be a positive campaign.”

Biden made the comments while discouraging “negative attacks” against his Democratic opponent Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersBiden wins DC primary Biden wins Montana primary Biden wins New Mexico primary MORE (I-Vt.).

Trump campaign manager Brad ParscaleBradley (Brad) James ParscaleMORE and senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis both also shared the edited video, and the president retweeted it Saturday.


Biden campaign spokesperson Andrew Bates said the president “has made it inescapably clear that he’s terrified of Joe Biden.”

"It's not surprising that Trump's re-election campaign is resorting to more disinformation about the Vice President -- after all, Trump himself is so panicked about Joe Biden that he got himself impeached trying to force a foreign country to lie about him," Bates said, according to CNN.

Trump and his campaign have emphasized Biden’s gaffes throughout the campaign, including when he said “Super Thursday” instead of “Super Tuesday.”