Donald Trump attacked Barack Obama for the small crowd in attendance at a speech in support of Joe Biden that he gave on Monday. The problem with the comment is that the speech never took place.
While speaking at a campaign event in Martinsburg, Pennsylvania -- video of which can be viewed here -- the president mocked Obama's crowd size despite the fact that there wasn't any crowd since Obama didn't hold a rally or deliver a speech on Monday.
"Did you see the crowd that President Obama had today? Nobody, nobody showed up. I thought they'd have a little crowd. Didn't quite have a crowd like this. No, nobody showed up," Trump said.
He went on to say that the former president likely won't have an impact on helping Biden's election bid.
"They said, 'He's going to start campaigning.' I said, 'Who?' 'Barack Hussein Obama.' I said, 'Oh, I said, is that good or bad?' Because, he campaigned harder than Hillary the last time. How did that work out? It didn't work out. But, he went to a few locations. He's averaging about 25 people. He's averaging very little," he said.
However, Obama's most recent speech before the attack was on Saturday, video of which can be viewed here on NBC News' Youtube channel. There is clearly a crowd in attendance, as they can be heard in the background as people honked their horns in support of his comments.
As The New York Times reported, there were dozens of cars at the event, and hundreds of people were turned away in order to ensure that social distancing guidelines were followed.
Obama made a scathing attack against Trump, as The Inquisitr previously reported.
Social media users clapped back at Trump's claims.