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Trump intensifies his anti-immigrant rhetoric: he baselessly accuses Biden of wanting to “destroy the United States”

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Trump intensifies his anti-immigrant rhetoric: he baselessly accuses Biden of wanting to “destroy the United States”

Former President Donald Trump intensified his anti-immigrant rhetoric at a campaign event ahead of Super Tuesday primaries, baselessly accusing President Joe Biden of attempting to overthrow the United States. The former president claimed that Biden’s border policies are part of a conspiracy to take down the American system.

Biden, on the other hand, has called Trump a threat to democracy, highlighting the former president’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election results and the storming of the Capitol by his supporters on January 6, 2021.

Responding to Biden’s accusations, Trump claimed that the current president is the real threat to democracy and alleged that Biden is responsible for the accusations he faces. The former president leaned on theories promoted by the far right, alleging that Democrats are promoting illegal immigration to weaken the power of white voters.

In subsequent rallies in North Carolina and Virginia, Trump played recordings of the US national anthem on which he collaborated with defendants imprisoned for their alleged roles in the January 6 insurrection.

As Super Tuesday approaches, Trump has focused much of his speech on the criminal charges he faces and has painted an apocalyptic vision of the country under the Biden administration, particularly on the issue of immigration.

Trump’s campaign events came days before Super Tuesday, where he will face primaries in 16 states, including North Carolina and Virginia. The primaries are seen as a crucial step before the general elections in November, which are likely to see a rematch between Trump and Biden.

Despite facing legal troubles, Trump has tried to leverage his pending lawsuits into a powerful rallying cry for his supporters. However, it remains to be seen how his message of grievance will resonate with more moderate voters likely to decide the general election.

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In his appearances, Trump also touched on the issue of age, at one point confusing Biden with former President Barack Obama. This confusion has been an argument that has bounced back upon Trump in the past.

As the election season heats up, both Trump and Biden are intensifying their rhetoric, setting the stage for what is expected to be a contentious and closely watched election cycle.

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