Team Biden has said taking down the ads is “not like flipping a switch,” suggesting some of the negative ads still up are simply up because of a lag. However, the Biden camp is also defending some of the attacks ads, suggesting they are “factual” and not “negative.”
“The Biden campaign tried to trick reporters into thinking they’re the ‘good guys’ and score some good headlines and tweets while doing nothing to tone down their viciousness,” Clark added. “They lied to the media and got caught.”
Attack ads against Trump were still airing while he was being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fox News outlined:
“‘When I see the president of the United States try to eliminate this health care in the middle of a public health crisis, that’s personal to me too,’ Biden says in the ad.”
While Trump was hospitalized Saturday, Biden attacked the president’s handling of the coronavirus while he was out on the campaign trail.