This past Thursday former President Donald Trump issued a 4th of July message blasting President Joe Biden, Vice-President Kamala Harris, and Special Prosecutor Jack Smith.

While President Biden tries to alleviate concerns about his age and energy for the 2024 re-election battle, Trump has been fresh off his win and kept an unusually low profile. However, a recent video leaked of Trump saying that Biden is an “old, broken down pile of crap.”

“Happy Fourth of July to all, including to our highly incapable ‘President,’ who uses Prosecutors to go after his Political Opponent, who choked like a dog during the Debate but tried to pretend it was ‘International Travel’ (only 12 days rest!) and, when that gig was up, he blamed it on a ‘cold.’ Therefore, why would anyone say he’s cognitively challenged?” Trump wrote on Truth Social.

“Also, respects to our potentially new Democrat Challenger, Laffin’ Kamala Harris,” Trump added. “She did poorly in the Democrat Nominating process, starting out at Number Two, and ending up defeated and dropping out, even before getting to Iowa, but that doesn’t mean she’s not a ‘highly talented’ politician! Just ask her Mentor, the Great Willie Brown of San Francisco. Someone else that I have to compliment is a Deranged Biden Prosecutor named Jack Smith, who has become a Legend in his own mind for all of those cases he has lost. The Corrupt Prosecutors are working hard for Crooked Joe, but it will never be enough — MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

Trump has been celebrating a string of victories — from the debate last week to this Supreme Court ruling that said he was immune from prosecution for official acts as president. Trump also received a bounce after Biden’s poor debate performance. In the most recent national surveys done by The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, Trump is up 6% over Biden.

Biden has since acknowledged his bad debate performance, but still went on to deliver an Independence Day speech to address veterans and their families. ABC News is also scheduled to air its first interview with him this Friday.