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“Trump is ready to sacrifice democracy”, Joe Biden said in attack on Donald

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Joe Biden US President and Donald Trump.

US President Joe Biden has made a major attack on Donald Trump. Biden said in a January 6 anniversary speech that Trump was “willing to sacrifice democracy.” Biden chose for the speech the symbolic historic site near Valley Forge, where George Washington regrouped the American army during the War of Independence nearly 250 years ago. The US President kicked off his 2024 re-election campaign with a major speech on Friday warning of the threat to democracy and also accused Donald Trump of copying Nazi Germany.

On January 6, on the eve of the third anniversary of the Capitol attack, the 81-year-old Democrat leader said of his potential Republican opponent, “He is willing to sacrifice our democracy, to put himself in power.” Former President Trump had failed to stop the Capitol mob attack in 2021. Not only this, he accused the tycoons and their supporters of still embracing political violence before the 2024 vote. Biden said, “He Americans They talk about poison being injected into the blood, which echoes the same language used in Nazi Germany. Biden’s statement was welcomed by his supporters with slogans of “four more years”.

Said Trump’s campaign is haunted by the past

“Donald Trump’s campaign is obsessed with the past, not the future. He is willing to sacrifice our democracy to put himself in power,” Biden said in a speech in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. Biden’s address marked an aggressive start to the year, as recent polls have him either trailing Trump or giving him a run-in. Whereas in the year 2020 he defeated Trump. After this, Trump was impeached in the case of symbolism of January 6 riots, but he was acquitted. Trump, 77, now faces a criminal trial on charges of trying to sabotage the 2020 election.

Trump was also prevented from contesting in provincial elections

Trump was also barred from contesting primary provincial elections in the US states of Colorado and Maine after being disqualified by the US court from contesting the presidential elections. Allegations that he was involved in the insurrection at the Capitol events. Trump has challenged both decisions. Trump spokesman Steven Cheung immediately responded to the speech, saying Biden “poses a real threat to democracy by weaponizing the government to go after his main political opponent and meddling in the 2024 election.”

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