Trump: Biden, His ‘Hateful’ Speech Threat To Democracy, Not MAGA

At a glance

  • Former President Trump made speech two days after President Biden suggested members of the GOP who still support Tump – known in short as the Republican Party’s MAGA wing – are a threat to democracy.
  • Biden in recent weeks as publicly made the attack twice, also recently suggesting its Trump’s political views, MAGA “semi fascism.”
  • Trump on Saturday night was in Pennsylvania to stump for Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano and GOP Senate nominee Mehmet Oz, both of whom he has endorsed.
  • “Republicans in the MAGA movement are not the ones trying to undermine our democracy,” said Trump, who also said Biden’s prime-time speech Thursday night was “the most vicious, hateful, divisive speech ever delivered by an American president, vilifying 75 million citizens … as threats to democracy and enemies of the state.”



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