Donald Trump says Joe Biden is an enemy of the state in Pennsylvania rally

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In an interview on Saturday, former president Donald Trump suggested that Joe Biden, the sitting president and the man who defeated him nearly two years ago, is somehow being controlled by an unnamed cabal. Donald Trump says Joe Biden is an enemy of the state in Pennsylvania rally.

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Donald Trump says Joe Biden is an enemy of the state in Pennsylvania rally

In Pennsylvania, Donald Trump made his way to speak at a rally organized there by the former president and a candidate for the upcoming elections. As a result of the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago, Trump will make his first public appearance since that incident. He is using the visit to revitalize his Presidential campaign as the election season approaches.

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Trump made his speech at the rally on Saturday. President Biden recently addressed Independence Hall in Philadelphia with an impactful speech on Thursday. The MAGA Republicans were the target of Biden’s speech.

As a result of his alleged theft of over 11,000 government documents, Mr Trump is currently being investigated for violating multiple federal laws concerning mishandling national defence information and obstruction of justice. In remarks at a rally supporting Republican candidates in November in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, he attacked his successor.

Among establishment Republicans frustrated that the former president has endorsed weak or far-right candidates in GOP primaries threatens their chances in an otherwise favourable political environment, Trump’s rally in northeastern Pennsylvania – his first public event since the FBI raided his Mar-a-Lago home. 

Elections in the U.S.

November 8 is the date of this year’s midterm elections. There is a fierce battle between Republicans and Democrats to stay relevant in this election. As far as the upcoming elections are concerned, Pennsylvania holds considerable significance. A governor’s mansion, a Senate seat, and 18 House seats can be found in Pennsylvania. However, it must be noted that it can swing from Republicans to Democrats in both directions.