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Trump reshares post saying the U.S. is heading for a CIVIL WAR

Trump reshares the post saying the US is headed for CIVIL WAR and suggests the country is “failing so fast” the enemy must be “coming from within.”

  • Trump republished a Truth with a screenshot of a tweet from Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele
  • Bukele wrote: Something so big and powerful cannot be destroyed so quickly, unless the enemy comes from within.
  • La Verdad user added to Bukele’s quote: ‘Civil War’
  • Trump’s post sparked concern from his critics
  • ‘Donald Trump is calling for Civil War. Of course, just like Vietnam and the road to insurrection, he won’t be man enough to fight it,” Rep. Eric Swalwell complained.

Former President Trump shared a post on Truth Social on Sunday that claimed the United States is headed toward civil war due to an “enemy within.”

A Truth Social user calling himself ‘MAGA King Thanos’ wrote ‘Civil war’ and quoted a Truth post by Fox Nation host Lara Logan which was a screenshot of a tweet from Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele. Trump ‘Retruthed’ the post.

Bukele had written on Twitter: “The most powerful country in the world is falling so fast that it makes you rethink what the real reasons are.” Something so big and powerful cannot be destroyed so quickly, unless the enemy comes from within.

Bukele was citing a Bloomberg op-ed titled ‘Inflation hurts more if you earn less than $300,000.’ That’s how it goes.

Prices are now 8.3 percent higher than a year ago as of April, and gasoline prices have been rising for two straight weeks, hitting a record high of $4.60 a gallon on Monday.

Bukele’s hard-line immigration stance has aligned him with Trump and raised tensions within the Biden administration.

In April, the State Department issued a statement expressing concern about threats to press freedom, and spokesman Ned Price added on Twitter: ‘The United States Government continues to support El Salvador in its efforts to reduce gang proliferation. . We urge El Salvador to protect its citizens while upholding civil liberties, including freedom of the press.’

Bukele responded: “The United States government continues to support El Salvador to reduce the proliferation of gangs.” Really? Yes, we got support from the US government to fight crime, but it was UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION. Now you’re just supporting the gangs and their ‘civil liberties’.’

Former President Trump shared a post on Truth Social on Sunday that claimed the United States is headed toward civil war due to a

Former President Trump shared a post on Truth Social on Sunday that claimed the United States is headed toward civil war due to an “enemy within.”

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Trump’s post sparked concern from his critics.

‘Do any of my fellow Republicans want to speak now? Or do we just want to pass ‘just one more election first…?’” outgoing Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger from Illinois wrote on Twitter.

‘Donald Trump is calling for Civil War. Of course, just like Vietnam and the road to insurrection, he won’t be man enough to fight it,’ complained Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif.

‘Nothing to see here. Just a former president of the United States who shares a social media post advocating or predicting a civil war in the United States. No problem,” anti-Trump conservative George Conway wrote on Twitter.

On Friday, Trump went to the social media company that Truth Social founded to claim that Elon Musk had told a lie and that his offer to buy Twitter was “probably illegal.”

‘Wow, Elon Musk never told me that until now that he voted Democrat. Actually, it was just the opposite, but now it seems that, with all his trouble with a possibly illegal Twitter buyout, he wants to be a Republican because Democrats are “a hate party.” I could have told you that a long time ago, but in reality you are a Party of disease, greed, corruption and absolutely horrible politics. Good luck Elon, have fun!!!’

Trump did not explain what element of Musk’s offer on Twitter, which was accepted by the company’s board in a legally binding contract, might be “illegal.”

Although Musk has promised to allow Trump to return to Twitter if his purchase is successful, Trump has repeatedly said he will not return, and his post on Friday was the latest sign that he has no enthusiasm for Twitter.

Trump was banned from using Twitter following his loyalists’ attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, after the company said it violated its ban on glorifying violence.

He lashed out at Musk as his own social media company faces the prospect of increased competition if Musk acquires Twitter and allows previously banned conservatives more freedom on the site.

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