So ex-US President Donald Trump responded to the current American leader Joe Biden when he said that he and the Republicans from the Trumpist movement threaten the “foundations of the republic”
Former US President Donald Trump called the country's current leader Joe Biden an “enemy of the state” during a speech to supporters in Pennsylvania.
“He is an enemy of the state… An enemy of the state— it's him and the group that controls him, circling around him: “Do this, Joe, do that, you can do that, Joe,” — Trump said (broadcast hosted by Fox News).
According to him, Biden's speech was “the most vicious, full of hatred and division.”
This is how Trump reacted to Biden's words that the Republicans , who support Donald Trump and his Make America Great Again (MAGA) program, represent extremist forces that threaten “the very foundations of the republic.”
According to him, Trump supporters want to cancel democratic elections and return the country “back” to a time when same-sex marriage or abortion was banned.
“We are the ones who are trying to save our democracy, it's very simple . The danger to democracy comes from the radical left, not from the right. Trump replied.
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Trump and Biden were rivals in the 2020 presidential election. Biden won, but Trump and his supporters did not agree with the results and tried to capture the Capitol on January 6 last year.
They have not officially announced that they plan to run for US President in the next election in 2024, but neither ruled out such a possibility. At the same time, the confrontation between them has escalated lately.
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