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On return to Washington, Trump criticizes Biden: “The US has fallen to its knees”

Former US President Donald Trump reappeared in Washington this Tuesday 26), for the first time since he left power in 2021 ), and he did so with a strong criticism of the situation in the country under the mandate of his successor, Democrat Joe Biden.

“Our country has been brought to its knees, literally to its knees. Who could have thought? (…) We have never had anything like what is happening now,” Trump said at an event by the conservative think tank America First Policy Institute.

In addition, in a speech focused on security and need to regain control, and without talking about his intentions for the presidential elections of 2024, Trump said he believed that a new Republican term would reverse the current situation.

“This November , the people will vote (in the legislative elections) to prevent the destruction of our country and will vote to rescue the future of the USA. I’m here to start talking about what we must do to achieve that future when we win a triumphant victory in 2024 and when a Republican president gets the White House back in 2024, the which I really think will happen”, he declared.

Trump pointed out that inflation at historic levels of 9.1%, the price of gasoline also at maximum prices and uncontrolled insecurity, in his opinion, made that in the United States there is currently neither “security” nor “freedom”.

“Just two years ago, we had a booming economy never seen before, the strongest and safest frontier in American history , energy independence and record gasoline prices”, he commented.

“Our country is suffering one historic humiliation after another on the world stage. And so, at home, our most basic rights and freedoms are totally under siege. The American dream is being destroyed,” he added.

Trump reappeared in Washington as new revelations from the committee investigating the January 6, 2021 attack on Capitol Hill, while Biden’s electoral victory was being certified, pointed out that he would not have tried to stop the protest, which caused five deaths, nor to discredit the invaders.

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