The former president of the United States Donald Trump has again attacked his successor, Joe within the framework of the campaign for the Republican nomination.
From a rally in Texas, Trump painted a gloomy picture of the American union under the rule of his potential opponent in the 2024 presidential elections.
According to the Republican, from the White House, he will make the United States have a better future and greater energy security throughout the country.
“If Biden gets his way, The United States is going to be a poor, third-world country, with blackouts, we have blackouts, we have people begging for mercy from our enemies. We lost all our power in what they did. It’s crazy. “It’s crazy,” he said.
Trump called the Democrat “Crooked Joe” and blamed him for inflation:
“So the Biden – Crooked Joe – Green New Energy disaster is one of the biggest contributing factors, As you know, the inflation disaster, which is almost the worst we have ever experienced” he added.
Then, the magnate spoke about what an administration under his rule would be like:
“We will create millions of new jobs and set the ambitious goal of achieving the lowest energy and electricity costs. We will rebuild our network system, we will do things that no one thought possible. And we’ll do it right away. This is very easy to do. This place and this state, this place in particular, will be one of the big beneficiaries, I assure you. “There are many states that will benefit, but this is one of the best.”
Trump concluded by asserting that his countrymen were about to lose the country and pointed to energy and borders as the main problems:
“If you don’t have strength, and if you don’t have borders, and if you don’t have fair elections, you don’t have a country. You don’t have a country. And we got closer. We are almost without a country” he added.
“We’ve seen that under the Biden administration energy security is really national security. Think about it. Energy security is national security. That’s what it is. And now we don’t have national security. We are like a bunch of crazy people on a ship without a rudder.”.
Meanwhile, the former president continues to lead the Republican polls for the primaries. Trump has a 37 percentage point lead over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, his closest rival.