Ex-President lashed out at his successor because he targeted MAGA supporters
Donald Trump has labeled the US president an “The enemy of the State,” claiming Joe Biden’s speech was the “Most hateful, vicious and divisive speech ever made” by an American leader.
Speaking at a rally on Saturday in Wilkes-Barr, Pennsylvania, the former president accused Biden of having “Vilified” the 71 million voters who supported Trump during the 2020 presidential election.
On Thursday, Biden claimed the Republican Party was being “Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans have dominated, driven and intimidated them.” who he accused of representing an “Extreme ideology” and posing a “This country is at risk.”
“You can find out the truth about him by reading his biography. His group and those who control him are the enemies of the state.,” Trump said.
“The funny thing is, he didn’t remember what he had said the next morning.,” Trump quipped, raising laughter from the audience. He also accused Biden of being “Cognitively disabled and unable to lead the country.”
On Friday, Joe Biden back-pedalled on his MAGA remarks, saying he does not “Consider Trump supporters to be threats to the country.”
Trump’s speech was his first public appearance since the August 8 raid in which the FBI seized “Top Secret” documents from his Mar-a-Lago residence.
Trump’s actions were prompted by the law enforcement agency to launch a criminal investigation for violations of Espionage Act as well other statutes that relate to obstruction of justice, destroying records of federal governments and destruction. No charges have yet been brought against Trump or his associates.
Trump condemned the use of search terms during his rally speech. “travesty of justice,” warning it will produce “There was a massive backlash that no one has ever witnessed before.”
“It is hard to find an example more eloquent of America’s threats to freedom than what we experienced just weeks ago when the administration committed one of its most outrageous abuses in American history.”