Spicer, who served as former President Donald Trump’s White House press secretary, on Thursday responded to Biden’s comments with this tweet:
What? When did anyone ask to “transform” America? pic.twitter.com/6c7nR6kaoo
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) October 28, 2021
Critics reminded the former White House Easter Bunny about Trump’s campaign slogan to Make America Great Again. They also suggested Biden’s 2020 election victory was a mandate to do exactly that ― transform the country.
Right, we should Make America Great Again, Again instead. 😐
— Carrie (don’t take me to prom) (@iamofdaniel) October 28, 2021
On November 3, 2020. The election that Trump lost fair and square.
— Caroll Thompson (@CarollBarrel) October 28, 2021
When did anyone ask to “Make America Great Again”?
— Charles L. Freeman (@charleslfreemn) October 28, 2021
November 3, 2020. A landslide of voters asked for it.
— (((Space Laser Jebus))) (@the_real_Lord) October 28, 2021
on November 3, 2020
— s (@scrlovelife) October 28, 2021
It was called an election.
— L. Ron Howard (@GrwnAssKid2) October 28, 2021
I know right, it's like make America great again. Unbelievable.
— JF Welsh (@jfwelsh16) October 28, 2021
Back in November 2020. That’s what the whole vote was about.
— David Johnson (@DJFriar94) October 28, 2021
When did anyone ask that you Make America Great Again?
FYI: America was already great until Trump the disgraced, twice impeached, one term former president came along. https://t.co/rLBk7aVn90
— Monica Fraker (@FrakerMonica) October 28, 2021
When trump lost by millions of votes on Election Day in 2020.
— Mike (@Foti925) October 28, 2021
No one asked you to lie, but you still did it.
— mikey babb (@that_mikeyguy) October 28, 2021
Called the election champ try picking up a book when your not in the bushes you might learn something 😉
— Leon M. Tails Prower (@Big_Evil6) October 28, 2021
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.