President of the U.S.A Joe Biden criticized his predecessor Donald Trump and his Republican supporters, saying they were “putting democracy at stake.” He said this during a speech in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, quoted by him Reuters.
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Biden criticized Republicans Maga (Make America great again is one of Trump’s main political slogans).
“We have a choice. Trump and the MAGA Republicans have made their choice. We can work to make America a better place, or we can continue on this slippery road to oblivion, where we don’t want to go,” the US president said.
He stressed that “democracy is at stake.”
It should be noted that now in the US there is an election campaign on the eve of the midterm elections to Congress, which will be held in November. Trump is the leader of one of the wings of the Republican Party, his supporters are called Maga-Republicans.
- On September 1, Biden also spoke in Pennsylvania, where he said supporters of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” program were a threat to democracy. “These forces are determined to push this country back,” Biden said, but at the same time said that he did not condemn the 74 million Americans who voted for Trump in the 2020 election.
- Trump said on Sept. 4 that Biden delivered “the most vicious, hateful and divisive speech ever made by an American president.” He noted that the US president “denigrated 75 million citizens” and called Biden “an enemy of the state.”
- In July, New York Magazine wrote that Trump had decided to run for president in 2024 and was confident of winning.
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