His political rival said that Joe Biden's inability to become president of the United States poses a danger to American democracy
The likely Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, responded to allegations that his potential re-election to the White House poses an existential threat to the American way of life, telling his supporters in the US state of New Hampshire on Saturday that it is Joe Biden's “incompetence” that represents the real truth. . A threat to democracy.
Trump was speaking in Manchester ahead of the primaries starting on Tuesday that could cement his standing as the likely GOP nominee to challenge presumptive Democratic nominee Biden in November.
But after Biden accused him earlier this month of being so “Willing to sacrifice democracy” The former US president turned the tables on his political rival, considering that Biden's inability to take office constitutes a clear and present danger to the United States.
“It poses a threat to democracy.” Trump said his remarks were delivered under a giant banner that read: “Biden attacks democracy.” he added: “We have to get him out. Do you know why he is a threat to democracy? Several reasons, but do you know the first reason? He is completely incompetent.”
This is an accusation that Trump repeated on several occasions throughout his attempt to return to the White House. In October, he blamed a Hamas attack on Israel on A “Deadly combination” From Biden “Incompetence, extremism and weakness.”
Trump, who faces 91 charges in a host of criminal cases while campaigning for the nation's highest office, also accused the Biden administration of… “arming” The judicial system is against him. He added that Biden's efforts to do so are enabled by his efforts “mother-in-law” In the “fake news” Media.
The comments appear to be a reference to claims Biden made in Pennsylvania earlier this month in which he said Trump intended to uproot democracy to ensure his election victory.
“Whether or not democracy remains America's sacred cause is what the 2024 election is all about.” Biden said on January 5. “Donald Trump's campaign is about him, not America, not you. Donald Trump's campaign is obsessed with the past, not the future. He is willing to sacrifice our democracy in order to put himself in power.”
Meanwhile, GOP candidate Nikki Haley, who polls show is trailing Trump by about ten percentage points in New Hampshire, has publicly questioned the mental fitness of her Republican opponent, following comments in recent days in which Trump appeared to mistake her for President Trump. Former House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi.
“When you're dealing with the pressures of the presidency, we can't have another person to wonder if they're mentally competent to do it.” Haley said on Saturday.
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