Former President Trump has responded to President Biden’s campaign speech marking the third anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, stating that Biden is a “true threat to democracy.”
Trump, who currently holds a significant lead over the GOP presidential primary field, accused Biden of attempting to steal history, just as he allegedly tried to steal the election.
In a recent interview following Biden’s speech, Trump dismissed the accusations and criticized the Democratic party. He claimed that the Democrats rigged the last election and are attempting to do so again, but their incompetence will prevent them from succeeding.
Trump further labeled Biden as the worst president in U.S. history, describing him as incompetent, and crooked, and even comparing him to Benedict Arnold.
Trump highlighted the crisis at the Southern Border, emphasizing that the United States is facing an influx of millions of people, including those from prisons, mental institutions, and potential terrorists. He held Biden responsible for this situation, stating that the nation is in decline due to his leadership.
According to Trump, Biden’s gross incompetence poses a significant threat to democracy. He argued that the country cannot afford to have a mentally challenged president, suggesting that Biden’s abilities are lacking.
Trump’s remarks come in response to Biden’s criticism of him, accusing him of the worst dereliction of duty in American history and attempting to overturn a free and fair election through force and violence.
Trump countered these allegations by pointing out that the true insurrection is occurring at the border, where millions of individuals from unknown origins are invading the country. He claimed that this situation is far worse than any military invasion.
It is important to note that Trump has not been charged with insurrection, despite Special Counsel Jack Smith bringing charges against him related to the Jan. 6 Capitol protests and the 2020 election.
In the charges filed by Smith, Trump is accused of conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of an attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
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