Trump: Biden Era Characterized by a Continuous Series of Weakness and Corruption


In his ongoing electoral tour in the state of Iowa, former President Donald Trump participated in two gatherings on Saturday, marking the third anniversary of the Capitol riot in Washington. Trump characterized the Biden era as a "continuous series of weakness, incompetence, corruption, and failure," according to Reuters.

Trump stated, "Within ten days, the residents of this state will cast the most important vote of their lives," considering the circumstances and challenges of the 2024 election campaign as "more" critical than those in 2016 when he won the presidency.

Scheduled for January 15, the state in the Midwest will hold its "Caucus" popular votes, initiating the preliminary elections to select the Republican Party's candidate for the presidential race in the fall of this year.

Despite facing four federal charges, Trump, aiming to return to the White House on January 20, 2025, will undergo voters' judgment for the first time since leaving the presidency on January 20, 2021, amidst a tumultuous atmosphere.