Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he is "really resisting" giving President Donald Trump a nickname in an interview with Snapchat on Wednesday.
"Look, Trump is a master at laying nicknames on people but the vast majority of the voters out there that have voted, including young people, are not getting all their news from the internet," Biden said. "But I'm trying to compete there. We're getting started late in the comparative sense, 102 million video views across social media platforms just in mid-March, just since mid-March for me. And look at all these young people now who are getting out of high school. They are doing part-time jobs. They're driving Ubers, they're doing a whole range of things that - the world's changing, but we haven't changed to accommodate to their needs. And I think it's just important to speak to that. And in terms of energy, I don't have any problem comparing my energy level to Donald Trump, who I'm really resisting giving a nickname to."
"I'm sure we can do better on the internet. I'm positive of that," Biden said. "But the fact is that, we're trying. Recent events, the Instagram question and answer with one of the leading soccer players in the world, the latest episode of 'Here's the Deal' podcast with Andrew Yang - we're trying to get better with it. I can hardly wait to get out of being on my back porch here."