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President Biden started his presidency only selectively referring to his predecessor as "the former guy." But he's talking about Donald Trump frequently in recent weeks and months. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden used to keep Trump mentions to a minimum. Not anymore

With the midterms approaching and lots of chatter about whether Biden will run in 2024, Donald Trump is a useful foil for the president once again.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told the crowd at the CPAC conference in Dallas on Thursday that they were fighting a "culture war." Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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Hungary's autocratic leader tells U.S. conservatives to join his culture war

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President Biden started his presidency only selectively referring to his predecessor as "the former guy." But he's talking about Donald Trump frequently in recent weeks and months. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden used to keep Trump mentions to a minimum. Not anymore

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