Trump accuses Biden of turning the United States into a Venezuela

At a “Save America” rally in Arizona on Saturday night, former President Donald Trump delighted a raucous crowd of supporters stretching “as far as the eye can see” with a blunt indictment of President Joe Biden, whom he said that he has caused “more destruction… than the last five presidents put together in the last year.”

Trump, who has fueled speculation that he could mount another White House bid in 2024, told the crowd that “our country is going to hell” and that “the American people must get their lives and their future back.”

The Republican politician, who enjoyed a meteoric rise to the White House in 2016 and left office in 2020 still wildly popular with GOP voters, has continued to criticize President Joe Biden in the year since he took office. from the last batch.

In the run-up to Saturday’s rally, Trump had promised to speak about “the rigged 2020 presidential election, the bogus Big Lie, the corrupt LameStream Media, the Afghanistan disaster, inflation, the sudden disrespect for our nation and its leaders.” , and much more”.

As promised, the former president lashed out at his successor for a wide range of alleged failures, including: rising inflation, the squandering of the Trump administration’s costly achievement of energy independence, empty store shelves, the explosion of violent crime in cities ruled by Democrats, a porous southern border awash with illegal immigrants and drugs, foreign adversaries like Russia and China who are “playing with us”, vaccine mandates and “rationing of therapies that save lives based on race.”

Summing up the country’s rapid decline under Biden, Trump said the United States is on its way to becoming “a large-scale version of Venezuela.”

Trump’s seemingly indomitable pulpit took a hit last January when he was permanently banned from most major social media platforms, as tech leaders claimed the president posed a significant security danger to the United States. United after the January 6 riots at the Capitol.

Since then, the former president has managed to maintain a relatively high profile, appearing at various rallies and regularly issuing scathing press releases lashing out at the current administration and the mainstream US media.

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