Donald Trump took to his Truth Social account early on the Fourth of July to slam President Joe Biden.

At 2:00 a.m., Trump shared a meme about Biden’s lack of support from voters in the upcoming presidential election.

“81 million votes… and I’ve never seen a pro-Biden hat, shirt or flag in my life,” the meme said. Trump was referencing the number of votes Biden got in the 2020 election compared to the 74 million that Trump got.

At the bottom of the post was a flag with “F–k Biden” written on it.

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Trump and Biden are currently the two frontrunners in the 2024 presidential election. Trump, in the midst of a 37-count indictment for willful retention of national security information, has refused to bow out of the race and has still managed to retain more support than his other Republican presidential opponents, which include Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.

In contrast to Trump’s vulgar message on Tuesday, Biden shared a photo on Twitter that depicted the President shaking hands with a member of the U.S. Army.

“As we celebrate our nation this Fourth of July, I’m thinking of the countless members who sacrifice so much to keep us safe,” Biden wrote. “We will always be in debt to those who defend our nation and democracy around the world.”

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