FACT CHECK: Is This A Recently Released Ad From The Biden Campaign?

Joseph Casieri | Fact Check Reporter

A post shared on social media purportedly shows a recently released ad from President Joe Biden against former President Donald Trump.

Verdict: False

The video was a campaign ad originally released in 2019.

Fact Check:

In the event that Trump is put on house arrest, Mar-a-Lago and a home in Milwaukee are being prepared for an appearance, NBC News reported. One adviser stated that Trump accepting the nomination in person is the only option as he will be “an active part”  in their “pathway to victory.”

A post shared on Facebook purportedly shows a new Biden campaign ad. The video shows an attack against Trump that criticizes his foreign policy and his standing with other world leaders.

The caption reads, “The Biden campaign is fighting back, and this new ad is brutal. Share away!”

The claim is inaccurate. The video was released in 2019 during Biden’s campaign for the 2020 presidential election.

Biden did release a new ad claiming that Trump called veterans who were buried in France “suckers” and “losers,” which Trump has denied, according to The Hill. In a post on Truth Social, Trump called for Biden to remove the ad. Trump said, “The Military hates Crooked Joe, and all of the failures he represents. Take down the Fake Ad, Joe.” (RELATED: Did Melania Trump Say This About A Possible House Arrest For Former President Donald Trump?)

This is not the first time misinformation has been shared online. Check Your Fact recently debunked a claim California is planning on taxing citizens $0.30 per mile they drive.

Joseph Casieri

Fact Check Reporter