Trump attacks Biden administration, calls Anthony Gonzalez a “sold out”

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  • Trump returned to public rallies and attacks Biden administration over the weekend with his first campaign-style event since leaving the White House.
  • The former president’s visit to Ohio was part of his efforts to fulfill his promise of “revenge.”
  • Trump criticized the Biden administration, calling it “a total catastrophe.”

Former American President Donald Trump returned to public rallies over the weekend with his first campaign-style event since leaving the White House, held at the Lorain County Fair in Ohio.

The former president’s visit was part of his efforts to fulfill his promise to “get revenge” on those who voted against him in his second impeachment trial. It was organized in support of Max Miller, a former White House aide who is challenging Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzalez in the primaries for his seat in Congress.

Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: Getty Images

Gonzalez was one of only 10 Republican representatives who voted to impeach Trump for his role in inciting the fatal assault on the Capitol, which occurred on January 6, which left five dead.

Trump called Gonzalez “a sellout, a phony Republican, and an embarrassment to his state.” He praised Miller as “a trusted aide” and said he had played a role in the Trump administration’s negotiations with North Korea.

Trump attacked the Biden administration

Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: Twitter

Trump also took the opportunity to attack the Biden administration and call it “a total catastrophe.” As he has done in the past, Trump repeatedly attacked Biden’s border policies, arguing that his successor had “deliberately and systematically” dismantled border security and allowed a flood of immigrants into the country illegally.

In addition, Trump claimed that Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to the US-Mexico border last Friday “for a simple reason: because I announced that I was going.” Trump plans a series of public appearances in the coming weeks.

Trump’s upcoming plans

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Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: AP

The former president will hold another rally in Florida on Independence Day weekend and will travel to the Mexican border next week to protest President Joe Biden’s immigration policies.

All of this occurs while the former president faces immediate legal risks. Prosecutors in Manhattan informed his company Thursday that he could soon face criminal charges stemming from a vast investigation into the former president’s business activities.

Trump does not abandon the border issue

Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: AP

Trump’s rally in Ohio came just four days before he is scheduled to visit the U.S.-Mexico border on June 30 with Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

Trump also took a moment to complain about Kemp and Georgia. He suggested that “the people of Georgia should sue the state, and its elected officials, for conducting a corrupt 2020 presidential election,” he noted. NBC.

Trump struggles to stay in the public eye

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Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: Getty Images

The allegations come in response to news that the Justice Department is suing the state over the restrictive voting law that Kemp signed after Trump’s loss and that Trump has complained does not go far enough.

Although he is no longer in office and not a candidate for public office, at least officially, Trump’s rally was part of an overall strategy to keep him in the public eye, according to USA Today. Especially after having been expelled from social networks, their main means of dissemination.

Trump with no intention of leaving politics

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Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: AP

Donald Trump’s rally in Ohio showed that he has no intention of leaving politics anytime soon. “Our movement is far from over,” he said. “In fact, our fight has only just begun.”

Although he did not make any announcements about his own plans, Trump hinted that he could make another run for the White House in 2024. Falsely claiming that he has already won the presidency twice, he proclaimed, “we may have to win a third time,” according to USA Today.

Trump’s company could face criminal charges in NY

Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: Shutterstock

Manhattan prosecutors are considering filing criminal charges against Donald Trump’s company soon, stemming from a lengthy investigation into the former president’s business transactions.

The New York Times, citing sources familiar with the matter, reported that charges could be brought against the Trump Organization even next week related to fringe benefits the company gave top executives, such as the use of apartments and cars, and the payment of school fees.

Trump outlook thickens

Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: Getty Images

Ron Fischetti, an attorney for the Trump Organization, said he met virtually with prosecutors Thursday for about an hour and a half to try to convince them not to bring a formal criminal charge against the company, but noted that it would not be unexpected for there to be charges.

“The charges are absolutely outrageous and unprecedented, if indeed they are brought. This is just to get back at Donald Trump, ”he told The Associated Press on Friday. “We are going to plead not guilty and we are going to file a request for them to be dismissed.”

License suspended for lying about elections

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Trump came back and called the Biden administration a “catastrophe”. Photo: Shutterstock

A New York appeals court suspended Rudy Giuliani’s license to practice law in the state on Thursday because he made false statements while trying to get the courts to overturn Donald Trump’s defeat in the 2020 presidential election.

A disciplinary committee of lawyers had asked the court to suspend Giuliani’s license on the grounds that he violated standards of professional conduct by promoting theories that the elections were stolen through fraud.

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