Trump accuses Biden of playing ‘political theater’ after Jan. 6 anniversary speech — Analysis

The former president insisted that the ‘Big Lie’ was the result of 2020 election

Donald Trump has swiftly responded to US President Joe Biden’s speech on the anniversary of the January 6 Capitol riot, accusing the Democrat of “destroying our nation” and of playing “political theater” to distract from crises.

In his statement on Thursday, Trump stated clearly that he wasn’t happy with Biden’s venomous accusations. Biden, who had made the accusation of Trump in a speech one hour prior to that said that Biden was attempting to rally his supporters for an attack on the Capitol last January 6. “bruised ego”The country before it.

Trump hit back and accused Biden, using his name “to further divide America.” 

“This political theater is all just a distraction for the fact Biden has completely and totally failed,”Trump wrote that the crisis at Mexico’s southern border was being reflected in record Covid-19 numbers. “unconstitutional mandates,”Referring to the vaccine requirements made by the current administration, which face a multitude of legal obstacles. 

Trump ‘rallied the mob to attack’, Biden says in Capitol riot anniversary speech

He then went on to attack the House investigation committee into the Capitol riot, and accuse him of instigating the occurrence. 

“They got away with something, and it is leading to our country’s destruction,”Trump continued to declare that Trump’s election was fraudulent, even though he has no evidence.

Trump said that his critics are his enemies “conversation concerning the election ‘canceled’,”A jab at the “complicit media.”

As a response, the ex-president said all Biden “touches turns to failure.”

“That’s what you get when you have a rigged election,”He wrote. 

Trump originally planned to deliver his own speech January 6, but it was canceled this week by numerous Republican legislators and pundits. Former president Trump said that he would address the Arizona rally about many of these same subjects on January 15.

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