Donald Trump Reviews Joe Biden's First Month As President

Former U.S. President Donald Trump has weighed in on current President Joe Biden's first month in the White House and, unsurprisingly, he is not impressed.

Trump, a Republican, has famously had a very rocky history with Biden, a Democrat who succeeded him to become 46th president of the United States when he was sworn in on Jan. 20, 2021. The former president has made no secret of his dislike for his successor and even infamously refused to attend Biden's inauguration, bucking the trend of almost every other president in history being present to welcome the next administration.

"To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the inauguration on 20 January," Trump tweeted in early January 2021, per iNews, before his Twitter account was permanently banned and removed. Proving they are not on the best terms, President Biden openly supported Trump's decision and described it as being "one of the few things he and I have ever agreed on," while adding that he was "looking forward" to the controversial political figure "leaving office." Now, however, Trump is speaking out about his thoughts on Biden's first month at the helm.

What Donald Trump really thinks about Joe Biden's first month in office

Donald Trump did not hold back when it came to discussing Joe Biden during an address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Fla. on Feb. 28, 2021, which marked his first public appearance since he and the Trump family left the White House after losing the 2020 U.S. election.

"In just one short month, we have gone from America first to America last," Trump said of Biden's presidential efforts, per The New York Times and CNBC, before claiming that there was "a new and horrible crisis on our southern border." He added, "We all knew that the Biden administration was going to be bad, but none of us even imagined just how bad they would be and how far left they would go."

The former The Apprentice host also slammed Biden's first few weeks in office by describing it as "the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history," before calling his claims "true" and adding that he wanted to "get rid of them all."

Does Donald Trump think Joe Biden will serve a second term?

It's pretty safe to say that Donald Trump is not convinced that Joe Biden will stick around in the White House after his first four-year term is up. Per CNBC, Trump vowed to his enthusiastic supporters during his Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) address that Republicans would beat the Democrats in the next presidential election in 2024, to which the crowd stood up and repeated, "U-S-A, U-S-A."

Trump has yet to confirm if he plans to run for president again in 2024, but did claim that his political journey is "far from over" and told his supporters that he would "continue to fight right by your side." He added that he may potentially decide to beat his rival party for a "third time," which appeared to be a nod to his previous claims that the results of the 2020 election were not accurate, which multiple sources, including CNN, have repeatedly denied after extensive fact checking.

As for Biden, he does not seem to be too worried about Trump's words. Prior to the speech, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at CPAC, per Reuters, that the Biden administration's "focus is certainly not on what President Trump is saying."