Democratic U.S. Presidential candidate Joe Biden and the current U.S. President Donald Trump are nowadays engaged in a war of words in the presidential debate. Even though both of them are blaming each other for their actions and whatnot, Biden found a unique way to troll the current president.

During Tuesday’s presidential debate, Biden continued to maintain his stance and cast doubt on whether Trump would ever share his tax returns and make it public. To this, Trump replied and kept on promising that he would.

"You'll get to see it,” Trump said.

"When? Inshallah," Biden replied in an out-of-the-way to troll Trump.

Shortly after the exchange of words, the social media went crazy with many netizens, especially American Muslims and Arabs reacting to the video of the presidential debate that went viral.

"Did Biden just drop an Inshallah?" one user said

"The Arabs have finally arrived," commented another.

However, not all of the people, especially Americans, understood what Inshallah means and that’s when the word started to trend on Google with hundreds of people looking for Inshallah meaning.

One user here on Twitter explained the meaning and context in which Biden made the use of the word Inshallah, which means “God willing.”

People initially had thought Inshallah means “Never,” but that is not the case.

The debate concerning federal taxes started when a medial report revealed that Trump has not made any taxes for 10 years in the last 15 years. In 2016 and the following year, he only filed $750 taxes. Most of the time he has shown that his businesses made a loss, even greater than the millions of dollars that he earned.

President Barack Obama an Vice President Joe Biden
U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden share a laugh as the US Senior Men's National Team and Brazil play during a pre-Olympic exhibition basketball game at the Verizon Center on July 16, 2012 in Washington, DC. Getty Images

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