Supposedly Joe Biden said at a Mack Trucks facility, "I used to drive an 18-wheeler... I got to." That's what it says in tweet and video posted by the Republican National Committee, anyway.
In reality, there is crosstalk and you can't hear Biden's remark fully. What is you can make out is part of what the RNC claims was said, namely "drive an 18-wheeler... I got to." It's not clear how Biden prefaced those words. What is clear is that Biden immediately followed up with a clarifying "I got to". "I got to" is a phrase a person would use to express that something was an opportunity, as in I got to go to the Super Bowl or I was in Rome and I got to meet the Pope.
Even if the characterization of the remark was as the RNC would have us believe, it's a benign claim. Compare that to much more troubling false and autocratic claims that Trump has made as president, including these whoppers:
"Then I have an Article II, where I have the right to do whatever I want as president."
During the coronavirus task force briefing, President Trump falsely claimed he has "total authority" over what decisions the states can make to reopen businesses once the threat of the coronavirus has subsided.
"We inherited a broken [COVID] test -- the whole thing was broken," Trump said on Fox News