Previous President Donald Trump has recently reacted to President Joe Biden’s politically inflammatory words intended at his tens of millions of fans, whom the current White House resident referred to as “MAGA mob” radicals.
Following the leak of a draft Supreme Court ruling in which a majority of justices appear set to overturn the landmark 1973 abortion ruling Roe v. Wade, Trump’s response came after a new poll showed he would easily defeat Biden in a rematch, and after the current president turned heads earlier this week with what many critics saw as unnecessarily incendiary comments about Trump’s supporters, all of whom are also American citizens.
“This is about so much more than abortion,” Biden added, citing Roe v. Wade as an example of the right to privacy. “This reminds me of the Robert Bork discussion.” “Bork felt that you only had inherent rights when the government granted them to you,” Biden remembered.
“I feel I have the rights that I have not merely because the government granted them to me, as you believe, but because I’m just a child of God—I exist,” I remarked while confronting him as chairman. “So, the concept that there is some sort of inherent right, that there is no right to privacy, that there is no right,” Biden added.
“There was a legislation that said that a married couple could not acquire and use birth control in the privacy of their own bedroom.” “Well, it was overturned.” “Now, what happens if states change the legislation to say that children who are LGBT are not allowed to be in classes with other children? Is that legal under the way the ruling is written?” Biden inquired, despite the fact that no states are now considering legislation that would appear to be unconstitutionally discriminatory on its face.
He wondered aloud, “What are the next targets?” “Because this MAGA bunch is by far the most extremist political group in modern American history.” In reaction, Trump told Fox News that the remarks are “extremely divisive” and that the political movement he essentially established has had a profoundly good impact on the country. It appears that being a nationalist and having a love of country in today’s America is suddenly a crime.
Of course, it is only bad to love your country if you don’t want to watch it burn in flames under Biden’s rule. President Joe Biden’s message to the world has been loud and clear: Donald Trump’s isolationism of “America First” is finished. “America has resurfaced. Diplomacy has returned “In February, Biden declared in his first foreign policy speech.
Trump declared, “MAGA is saving America.” “Our country is destined for destruction. America is being saved by MAGA.” “Inflation, inept withdrawals from Afghanistan, leaving hostages severely injured, troops, $85 billion in military equipment — MAGA is saving America,” Trump said, adding that he believes the United States is “no longer respected across the globe.”
“Ukraine should never have occurred,” Trump stated, adding that under his leadership, “Russia would never have gone into Ukraine.” Trump reiterated, “MAGA is rescuing our country.” “I hope so,” Trump said in response to Biden’s claim that the Republican Party had become the “MAGA party.” “I certainly hope so.”
“Misinformation is all they know.” They’re only excellent at it.” The “Russia, Russia, Russia” connection inquiry, as well as “all of the other things that have now been caught,” Trump said. “He’s causing a lot of division, but it’s more than that; it’s all disinformation, just like the Russia, Russia, Russia fake and all the other falsehoods,” Trump added once more.
“That’s their strong suit.” The back-and-forth occurred after a shocking survey was released on Thursday suggesting that in a rematch, Trump would beat an increasingly unpopular Biden. According to the poll, Trump is favored by 50 percent to 36 percent over Biden. By roughly a 2-1 majority, voters do not want Biden’s name to be on the ballot.
“A majority of people believe President Joe Biden should not seek reelection in 2024, and he would lose a rematch with former President Donald Trump by double-digit majorities,” according to the preliminary findings of a Rasmussen Reports poll sponsored by the Heartland Institute. “Sixty-one percent (61%) of potential US voters feel Biden should not seek re-election to the presidency in 2024.
Only 28% believe Biden should run for reelection, with the remaining 11% undecided. According to the Heartland/Rasmussen poll, if the next presidential election were conducted today and Biden were running against Trump, 50% would vote for Trump and 36% would vote for Biden.