Former US President Donald Trump names biggest threat to America
At a Washington Township rally in Michigan Sunday, former President Donald Trump said the biggest existential threat to the United States is not Russia, China or any other foreign state but the “radical left” politicians and their enablers in Washington.
“Russian sanctions have left the US on the edge of economic catastrophe. The United States is teetering on the edge of an economic nightmare known as stagflation… that’s simultaneous inflation and recession,” Trump said.
“We’re living through the most dangerous period of our lifetime. And we have a president who has no idea what’s going on. He has no idea what he’s doing. He has no idea what he’s saying and where he is. Other than that he’s doing a fantastic job,” he laughed to a cheering crowd of over 8,000 people holding “SAVE AMERICA” placards.
“Despite all you are hearing and seeing of China and Russia and Iran and others, our biggest danger is not from outside coming in, our biggest danger is from the sick and radical politicians that are knowingly or unknowingly wanting to destroy our country,” he said to cheers from the audience.
“Everything the radical left touches turns into a catastrophic mess,” Trump insisted, accusing Biden and the Democrats of bowing to environmental and climate activists with the resultant effect of the middle class crushed by high fuel and food prices.
He then blamed the Biden Administration for their inept handling of the Ukraine crisis, the spike in US domestic crime and the influx of illegal aliens at the southern border.
Charging his supporters to vote Republican in the November mid-terms. He declared. “We are going to retake Congress.”
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