The year 2020 has been a tumultuous year of debates and political mudslinging, but one event that stands out is the yearlong trade war between the Trump administration and the Biden-Harris 2020 campaign. As the US Presidential Election of 2020 approaches, tensions between the Republican and Democratic camps are at an all-time high, and it’s been clear that President Donald Trump’s campaign has been engaging in a strategy of throwing accusations against Joe Biden at ‘the wall’ in an attempt to discredit him. This article takes a closer look at what’s been happening this year and examines a few of the most notable unfounded claims. The Biden-Harris 2020 campaign has been subject to a barrage of political attacks from the Republican camp, ranging from unfounded claims of corruption to accusations of policies being adopted without considering consequences. In the beginning of 2020, the Trump campaign accused Biden of profiting from his son Hunter Biden’s association with a Ukrainian energy firm; however, no evidence of wrongdoing has been provided. Next, Trump accused Biden of wanting to defund the police, which Biden himself has denied. Perhaps the most egregious accusation leveled at Biden by the Trump administration is the claim that he is looking to “socialism” in order to push his agenda. Biden and other Democratic politicians have dismissed these claims, pushing back by pointing out that his policy goals are in line with the “economic populism” of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Trump’s tactics of ‘throwing accusations at the wall against Biden’ have been heavily criticized by news outlets and political analysts alike. They argue that such tactics serve to undermine the legitimacy of the democratic process by attempting to discredit the opponent without providing any evidence to support their claims. There’s no doubt that 2020 has been an eventful year in the US political landscape, and it’s clear that President Trump’s strategy of ‘throwing accusations against Biden at the wall’ has only served to further widen the rift between the Republican and Democratic camps. As we approach the election, voters should take these claims with a grain of salt and rely on reports and evidence to inform their decisions.