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Trump opens fire on Biden: Stop spending crazy on corrupt countries

 


Trump opens fire on Biden:

Stop spending crazy on corrupt countries


Former US President Donald Trump has called on congressional Republicans to cut spending in favour of those who call it "corrupt foreign countries."


Trump posted a video message on the issue of fighting the growth of public debt on his social media network Truth Social.



He said:

Joe Biden's crazy spending exceeded anything that

has been done in the history of our country.

He inflated the federal budget

spent billions on the craze of the left, "referring to the" Green New Deal "- climate-related -" has become ridiculous, a big problem and a shame. "



Trump continued:

  • He has opened the closet and borders for immigrants from all over the world
  • for immigrants coming from prisons and psychiatric hospitals.
  • They were sent to the United States and we do nothing about it.

Just two years ago

the border under my command was the safest in the history of our country, while now it is the worst frontier in the history of the entire world. "



I don't think any country has ever suffered worse.

We urgently need to stop Biden's out-of-control spending. The responsibility here must lie with Washington bureaucrats, not with working American families and the elderly.


Trump concluded in the video message: "Hundreds of billions of dollars must be cut (in the budget) sent to corrupt foreign countries."



The political struggle between President

Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump is centred


essentially about ideological differences and competing visions of the future of the United States.

President Biden's administration focused on tackling COVID-19 pandemic

Promoting economic recovery and addressing issues of racial and social justice



Former President Trump's presidency was distinguished.

focus on economic growth, immigration restrictions and deregulation.

In addition

former President Trump and his supporters made unfounded claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, which President Biden won. This has led to ongoing political tension and legal challenges.



The political struggle between President

Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump continued

Since the 2020 presidential election, President Biden has won by 306 votes to 232. Former President Trump and his supporters made unfounded claims of voter fraud


which had been debunked by many courts and State officials.

Despite this, some Trump supporters continued to push the allegations, leading to the U.S. Capitol being stormed on January 6, 2021.


President Biden's administration focused

to address the COVID-19 pandemic and promote economic recovery through measures such as stimulus payments and a proposed infrastructure plan. The Department has also taken steps to address issues related to racial and social justice, including the nomination of the first Black and South Asian Vice-President, Kamala Harris.


On the other hand

Former President Trump and his supporters have criticized President Biden's policies

particularly his handling of the pandemic and economic recovery efforts.

They have also pushed for

a more restrictive immigration policy and called for deregulation.



Political strife has also :

erupted between the two in the media and on social media

with both sides using platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to communicate their messages and rally supporters.

As President Biden focused on uniting the country

and moving forward, former President Trump and his supporters continued to push their agenda and challenge the legitimacy of President Biden's presidency.