Former US President Trump calls Biden ‘enemy of the state’ at Pennsylvania rally

WILKES-BARRE (United States): Former President Donald Triumph called his successor Joe Biden an “enemy of the state” during a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, while criticizing the FBI raid on his Florida home last month.
In his first public appearance since the Aug. 8 raid, Trump called the search a “travesty of justice” and warned it would produce “a backlash the likes of which no one has ever seen.”
“There can be no more vivid example of the very real threats to American liberty than just a few weeks ago, when we witnessed one of the most shocking abuses of power by any administration in American history,” Trump said.
His suggestion that the Biden administration had overseen the raid runs counter to long-standing protocols that provide for the Justice Department and the FBI to act independently of the White House.
Trump told cheering supporters at the rally in the city of Wilkes-Barre that the “egregious abuse of the law” was going to produce “a backlash like no one has ever seen.”
Trump also responded to Biden’s speech this week in which the president said his predecessor and Republican supporters “represent extremism that threatens the very foundation of our republic.”
Biden delivered the “most vicious, hateful and divisive speech ever delivered by an American president,” Trump told supporters.
“He is an enemy of the state. You want to know that,” Trump said.
“Republicans in the MAGA movement are not the ones trying to undermine our democracy,” he continued, alluding to his Make America Great Again movement.
“It is we who are trying to save our democracy, very simply. The danger to democracy comes from the radical left, not from the right,” he added.

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