With only five months left to the presidential election, President Joe Biden’s campaign is working tirelessly to tarnish the image of former president Donald Trump and win over voters.

As Trump marked his 78th birthday on June 14, Biden’s campaign released a list of 78 mock accomplishments in an attempt to ridicule and tarnish the former president’s image.

Among the list are false claims that Trump promoted violence and suggested injecting bleach as a treatment for COVID-19. Biden’s campaign also accused Trump of supporting neo-Nazis and white nationalists in Charlottesville, labeling them as “very fine people.” The list also highlights Trump’s felony convictions in his hush money.

The list includes another false claim tagged the “Bloodbath Hoax,” which misinterpreted Trump’s words. Initially, Trump pointed out the economic bloodbath that will befall the auto industry if Biden is re-elected.

However, each of these claims has been debunked. According to Breitbart News, Trump’s “bloodbath” comment referred to the negative economic impact of Biden’s policies, not political violence.

As reported by the outlet, the former president never suggested injecting bleach to treat COVID-19. Instead, he discussed ultraviolet light technology to disinfect surfaces, a concept that was being explored in the media. He later clarified that he wasn’t suggesting injecting disinfectant but rather using it for cleaning and sterilization.

Lastly, he never supported Neo-Nazis. Instead, he supported peaceful protesters. In August 2020, fast checkers determined that Biden’s claims, which alleged that Trump called neo-Nazis in Charlottesville “very fine people,” was false.

Trump had repeatedly condemned the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville in August 2017. The violence in Charlottesville was not solely perpetrated by the neo-Nazis but also by Antifa extremists.

Meanwhile, Trump’s “very fine people” comment referred to peaceful protesters on both sides over the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

Despite these facts, Biden’s campaign continues to spread false information about the former president and misleading the public. Through a mocking tone and false claims, the Biden campaign seeks to portray Trump as a crook, failure, fraud and threat to democracy.