Trump calls Biden an “enemy of the state” at a rally just two days after the president accused his predecessor of “destroying American democracy.”
- Former President Donald Trump slammed President Biden at a rally on Saturday, calling him an enemy of the state
- The rally was for Republican Senate candidate Mehmet Oz and also for Marjorie Taylor Greene
- Trump said Biden slandered everyone who voted for Trump, citing a divisive speech by Biden
- On Thursday, Biden delivered a major speech at Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, in which he accused Trump of “destroying American democracy.”
Former President Donald Trump slapped President Biden at a rally Saturday for Pennsylvania Republican Senate nominee Mehmet Oz at an event attended by other high-profile Republicans including Marjorie Taylor Greene and Doug Mastriano.
Trump, whose Mar-a-Lago property was recently searched by the FBI, called Biden an “enemy of the state” who slandered anyone who voted for Trump.
He focused much of his speech on Pennsylvania’s largest city, Philadelphia, where crime has skyrocketed recently, and urged gubernatorial candidate Mastriano to work with Oz to change things.
Trump, whose Mar-a-Lago property was recently searched by the FBI, called Biden an “enemy of the state” at a rally in Pennsylvania.
Trump was in state to vote for Senate nominee Dr. to stumble Oz
On Thursday, Biden delivered a major speech at Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, in which he launched a furious attack on Trump, accusing him of “destroying American democracy.”
Biden also branded him – and the MAGA Republicans who followed him – as “extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic.”
Referring to Biden’s controversial remarks on Saturday, Trump said Philadelphia was a perfect place for Biden to deliver such a divisive speech given the state of the city.
He was joined by other Republican heavyweights such as Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
Thursday’s speech was heavily criticized for its content and looks, with faceless Marines standing behind the president
Standing on the blacked-out stage with an ominous red light, the Biden called out Trump by name and slammed him for making claims that the 2020 election was stolen.
While making it clear that he does not consider every Republican to be “extreme” or a threat, he said, “There is no question that the Republican Party today is dominated, driven and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans.”
“And that is a threat to this country,” he added. “Too much of what is happening in our country today is not normal.”
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11177565/Trump-calls-Biden-enemy-state-campaign-like-rally-Pennsylvania-Dr-Oz.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Trump names Biden at campaign-style rally in Pennsylvania for Dr. Oz a “public enemy”.