Trump accuses Biden of turning the United States into a ‘banana republic’

Trump accuses Biden of turning the United States into a 'banana republic'

Businessman Donald Trump attacked the president of the United States, Joe Biden, at the “Freedom Summit” forum in Florida, where he accused of turning that country into a “banana republic.”

Before hundreds of his followers, Trump assured that if he returns to the presidency of the United States his first task will be to solve the “invasion of the southern border,” referring to the current immigration crisis.

And Biden has no idea what to do. I will do it. We cut illegal immigration by more than 90 percent. And, under Biden, the United States has become the world’s dumping ground with gang members, prisoners, drug cartels and terrorists entering our soil,” Trump said.

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The former president assured Immigrants arrive in the United States in the “hundreds of thousands”even from China and countries “fighting in the Middle East.”

And they are destroying our country,” he said.

In the middle of his speech he also took the opportunity to talk about the conflict between Israel and Palestine, mentioning that the direct cause of the situation is Iran and assured that the rape, torture and killing of Israeli women, children and men are at hand. of his militiamen from the Palestinian Islamist group never happened, should have happened under his government.

Do you know why? Because when I was president Iran broke up (…) They didn’t spread terror because they couldn’t. They have no money (…) We have had no fear or problems for four years,” he said.

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He concluded his speech by ensuring that the only way to fight the national “decline”. “bring back America’s glory” which, he said, includes military capacity and regaining the respect lost in North Korea, China or Russia.

Donald Trump’s message comes four days before the next Republican debate between that faction’s candidates for the US presidency.