Trump calls Biden an “enemy of the state.”

Former U.S. President Donald Trump has called current U.S. President Joe Biden an “enemy of the state” at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, in what was his first public speech following the FBI raid on his mansion in Mar-a-Lago, Florida.

Trump has criticized Biden’s address to the nation and claimed it was the most “vicious” speech ever delivered by a U.S. president.

“This week, Joe Biden came to Philadelphia to give the most vicious, hateful, divisive speech ever delivered by an American president,” he has assured the crowd at a campaign rally for Republican candidates.

In this sense, Trump has denounced that the president has “vilified 75 million citizens (…) as threats to democracy.” “You are all enemies of the state,” he has indicated in reference to Biden’s words.

However, Trump has added: “He is the enemy of the state if you want to know the truth.” “The Republicans in the MAGA movement are not the ones trying to undermine our democracy,” he continued. “We are the ones who are trying to save our democracy very simply.”

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Biden asserted Thursday that supporters of former President Donald Trump pose a threat to American democracy, so he has urged the country’s citizens to defend it.

“Tonight I have come here, to the place where it all began, to speak clearly to the nation about the threats we face. About the power we have in our hands to meet those threats. And about the incredible future that lies before us if we choose it,” said the U.S. President.

“The forces of MAGA (an acronym for Trump’s slogan ‘Make America Great Again’) are determined to take this country backwards. Toward an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry the one you love,” Biden asserted, referring to the recent repeal of abortion rights in the country by a Supreme Court decision.

Biden emphasized that Donald Trump and his supporters in the Republican Party “represent extremism” and threaten “the very foundations of our republic.”

Trump has criticized the FBI’s actions following the raid on his Mar-a-Lago mansion in Florida in early August in his first public statements.

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“There could not be a more vivid example of the real threats to American freedom than a few weeks ago, at a time when we witnessed one of the most shocking abuses of power by any administration in U.S. history,” he has asserted.

“The FBI and the Justice Department have become vicious monsters” under the control of “radical” politicians and media, he added, after opining that “the shameful raid” is “a travesty of justice.”

Thus, he has blamed the Biden Administration for the investigation currently looking into the classified documents that were found on his property.

“Americans are sick and tired of the lies, sick and tired of the deception and the scans, and most of all, sick and tired of the hypocrisy. But our opponents have miscalculated this blatant abuse of the law that is going to produce a backlash the likes of which no one has ever seen,” he threatened.

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