(FeaturedNews.com) – On Friday night, during a rally in South Dakota, former President Donald Trump made predictions about what his potential second term was going to be like, using some of the same language as the one he had used on the run-up to the Jan. 6, Capitol attack when he had called for his supporters to “fight like hell” in order not to lose their country.
During his speech, Trump claimed that this was the darkest state that the U.S. had ever been in and that the Democrats had allowed the country to be invaded by migrants crossing into the country through the U.S.-Mexico border. He also claimed that they were attempting to restart the “hysteria” surrounding the pandemic.
He proceeded to accuse President Joe Biden, who is his likely 2024 presidential opponent, of having ordered his four indictments.
His speech provided more insight into how the former President viewed the powers given by the office of the President and showed that he is likely going to conduct himself in a similar way during his second term as the one he has been charged for. However, Trump claimed during his speech that the true “threat to democracy” were those who were going after him.
He proceeded to tell his South Dakota supporters that there were currently two ways in which the country could go and that this was their chance to fight and “seek justice.”
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