Joe Biden’s, long known for his habit of plagiarizing others, has now transitioned to taking credit for Donald Trump’s achievements. On the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 outbreak being declared a pandemic, President Joe Biden delivered his first address from the White House, providing viewers with a typical Biden-esque presentation: emotions, fake sincerity, and ideological theft. This time, it wasn’t a speech Biden was copying, but the success of his predecessor, Donald Trump. Biden began with “A year ago, we were hit with a virus that was met with silence and spread unchecked, denials for days, weeks, then months,” ignoring that multiple Democrats refused to accept the reality of COVID-19, with Biden at the time describing Trump’s closure of flights from China as “xenophobic.” However, the real achievement-related theft came when Biden discussed the subject of COVID-19 vaccines. Ignoring — of course — that throughout the 2020 election both he and his running mate intentionally diminished public faith in the vaccine under Trump, Biden proceeded to take credit for setting goals that Trump had already achieved.