Trump torches Biden at rally, says he’s caused more destruction than ‘five presidents put together’

In the most recent stop on his “Save America” tour, former President Donald Trump, as one would expect, torched President Joe Biden.

According to Fox News, Trump told a massive audience at his rally in Florence, Arizona that Biden’s “destruction” of America in such a short time frame is worse than “five presidents put together in the last year.” He went on to slam the current president for being an absolute failure in his first year in the White House.

“These decisions they’re making, they’re wrecking and devastating people’s lives, firing Americans from their jobs, forcing innocent children to grow up in masks,” Trump said.

The 2020 results

At the rally, aside from bashing Biden’s poor performance, the former president spent ample time talking about the 2020 election results, which he continues to claim were fraudulent.

“A person that comes here and has crowds that go further than any eye can see — there’s nobody that can see the end of this crowd,” Trump told the crowd.

He added: “And has cars that stretch out for 25 miles. That’s not somebody that lost an election, and now because of it, our country is being destroyed.”

He received roaring applause from the crowd of roughly 15,000 after he called the “Big Lie” touted by the liberal mainstream media “bulls**t.”

“I love Arizona. We had a tremendous victory in Arizona that was taken away. … We had a rigged election. … [The mainstream media] refuse to talk about it. The Big Lie is a lot of bulls***. That’s what it is,” Trump proclaimed, according to The Arizona Republic.

Looking forward

While he still didn’t officially announce a run for the White House in 2024, Trump insisted that the 2022 midterm elections would bring about a “red wave” over Arizona and the rest of the country.

“A great red wave is going to begin right here in Arizona, and it’s going to sweep across this country,” the 45th president said.

Trump also took several shots at local politicians, like former Trump ally Gov. Doug Ducey (R), who the former president claims didn’t do enough to intervene in the state’s 2020 election results. “He’s not going to get my endorsement,” Trump said. “Ducey has been a terrible, terrible representative of your state.”

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