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Trump denounces Biden's 'political theater' to make people forget his 'failures'

Trump denounces Biden’s ‘political theater’ to make people forget his ‘failures’

Donald Trump on Thursday described the speech of Joe Biden, who blamed his predecessor for the attack on Congress on January 6, 2021, as “political theater” intended to make people forget the “failures” of the Democratic president.

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In a statement, Donald Trump said Joe Biden “used my name in an attempt to divide America even further.” “This political theater only distracts from the fact that Biden has failed completely and utterly.”

He added that “the Democrats want to use the sixth day of January to sow fear and divide America.”

Donald Trump also asserted that the 2020 presidential election was “rigged”, accusing Democrats of wanting to “null” any debate on the subject.

A few hours after his first press release, the former Republican president issued a second statement expressing his outrage at Joe Biden’s speech.

“Watching Biden speak is very painful for a lot of people. They are the ones who tried to prevent a peaceful transition through a rigged election,” says Donald Trump.

“Never forget the crime of the 2020 presidential election,” concludes the Republican billionaire. “Never give up.”

In a rare serious speech marking the one-year anniversary of the attack on the Capitol, Joe Biden, without ever naming him, accused Donald Trump of “creating and spreading a web of lies” by claiming that the Democrat’s victory in November. The year 2020 was tainted with fraud, which was never proven.

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Joe Biden accused his predecessor of “trying to prevent a peaceful transition of power” during the “armed rebellion” on January 6, 2021, when hundreds of Republican supporters stormed Congress violently to prevent elected officials from certifying the Democrat’s victory.