Former President Donald Trump blasted President Joe Biden after news that he was set to formally announce his plans to run for re-election in 2024 on Tuesday.
Biden will ask voters to give him more time to “finish the job” he started, but in a lengthy statement Monday night, Trump decried the idea that Biden would stand.
With such a failed and failed presidency, it is almost inconceivable that Biden would consider running for re-election.
“You know what happened in the last election: They cheated and rigged the election,” Trump said. Biden, who will turn 86 at the end of a second term, is betting on his legislative achievements in the first term, and his more than 50 years of experience in Washington will be more important than concerns about his age.
He faces a smooth path to winning his party’s nomination, with no serious Democratic challenger.
But he is still about to face an uphill battle to retain the presidency in a country deeply divided.
In terms of form, Trump did not hold back because he called Biden inappropriate.
You could take the five worst presidents in American history, put them together, and they wouldn’t have done the damage Joe Biden has done to our nation in just a few short years. Trump’s statement began not soon.
Thanks to Joe Biden’s socialist spending debacle, American families are being devastated by the worst inflation in half a century. Banks fail. Our currency is collapsing and the dollar will soon not be the global standard, which will be our biggest defeat in over 200 years, Trump continued.
Real wages have fallen for 24 months in a row — in other words, under Biden, workers have taken pay cuts every month for two years in a row. We gave up our energy independence, just like we gave up in Afghanistan, which we had only a short time ago – and the price of gasoline has just reached a 5-month high, much higher than that.
Then Trump turned his attention to the border and the numbers of illegal immigrants that pour across it daily.
“Under my leadership, we’ve had the most secure border in US history, by far. He’s never had one like this before. Under Biden, the southern border has been abolished – and millions of illegal aliens have been released into our communities. What’s happening now is no It’s believable. They come from mental institutions, prisons… and are dumped in the United States.
The former president detailed his views on Biden’s failure when it comes to leadership on the world stage.
Biden has completely dishonored our nation — starting with the debacle in Afghanistan, perhaps the most embarrassing event in our country’s history. Our enemies meant a lot when they saw that terrible withdrawal. Russia cooperates with China. Iran is days away from getting a nuclear bomb – you can’t even think about it. Ukraine has been devastated by an invasion that would never have happened if I were president – and Joe Biden has led us to the brink of World War III.
On top of it all, Biden is the most corrupt president in American history — and that’s nowhere near. No one can believe what is happening, again with absolutely no punishment.”
There has never been a greater contrast between two consecutive administrations in all of American history. Being our greatness and their failure.
Trump ended his statement by repeating his famous MAGA.
“With your support in the election, we will defeat Joe Biden in 2024. We will save our economy. We will crush inflation. We will stop the invasion on our southern border. We will restore our nation’s dignity. We will prevent World War III. Together, we will make America great again!”
Former President Donald Trump mocked President Joe Biden over a report that said the Democrat would announce his 2024 bid on Tuesday via videoconference.
Trump mocked Biden over a report that said the Democrat would announce his 2024 bid on Tuesday via videoconference.
Trump taped an interview Monday with Newsmax’s Greg Kelly and was asked again if he thought Biden, 80, would be the Democratic nominee.
The former president, who is running for the 2024 Republican nomination, speculated that would not be the case saying, “It seems to me that somewhere along the line something is going to happen.”
“It seems hard to believe,” Trump said. “And I’m not speaking for any point of view other than that I’ve watched him as much as everyone else has watched and it certainly seems hard to believe.”
Trump continued, “It seemed hard to believe four years ago, but he was in the basement and now they’re actually doing a tape for the ad.” He won’t make this announcement…but he does make a tape. This way he can do it four or five times until he gets it right.
On Thursday, The Washington Post reported that the Biden 2024 campaign will launch its campaign on Tuesday by releasing a video.
The date was chosen because Biden announced his 2020 hit bid exactly four years ago: on April 25, 2019.
The president did not confirm the timing when asked about it by reporters at the White House on Monday.
“I told you I plan to run,” the president said as he left a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden. “I will tell you when soon.”
Trump started the 2024 presidential cycle historically early by announcing his own show on November 15, just a week after the 2022 midterm races.
He did this by holding an event and giving a speech at his home and club, Mar-a-Lago, Florida.
“I don’t think anything like that was ever done, to put it on tape,” Trump said on Newsmax.
Biden did not confirm to reporters on Monday a Washington Post report that he said he planned to launch his 2024 presidential run on Tuesday via video link.
But video advertising is common for presidential campaigns, and the candidate usually starts campaigning several days later.
Both Senator Tim Scott and a former UN envoy. Nikki Haley showcased her presidential ambitions with the release of videos earlier this year.
Biden announced via video in April 2019 before holding his first rally several days later in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Trump’s ‘bunker’ comment comes because Biden was more cautious about the coronavirus than Trump was during his 2020 campaign.
Biden shot a number of campaign videos from his Delaware basement, and will hold socially distanced events, where a limited number of supporters can attend in their cars.
Trump has been packing thousands into cramped spaces — though most of them outdoors — despite the dangers of COVID.