Former President Donald Trump predicts America’s doom if his fellow Republicans don’t deliver a major election wave on Tuesday.Led by President Joe Biden and two other former presidents Democrats warn that abortion rights, social security and even democracy itself are at risk.
Three of the six incumbent presidents delivered harrowing closing messages on Saturday in battleground Pennsylvania heading into the final weekend of the 2022 midterm elections, but millions of Americans Their words echoed across the country as they voted to determine the balance of power in Washington and major state capitals. Voting across America closes on Tuesday, but he’s already got more than 39 million votes.
Biden was scheduled to campaign outside New York on Sunday, while Trump headed to Florida.
If you want to stop the destruction of our country and save the American Dream, you must vote Republicans in a huge red wave on Tuesday… on the downside.
Earlier in the day, Biden shared the stage with former President Barack Obama in Philadelphia. For the first time since Biden took office, the former running mates campaigned together. In neighboring New York, even former President Bill Clinton, who has had little involvement in national affairs in recent years, has defended his party.
Quitting and mopping is not an option, Obama condemned. Let’s not let our country fall behind in his 50 years on Tuesday.
It seems not everyone was getting the message across when the weekend started.
Even before he arrived in Pennsylvania, Mr. Biden is dealing with renewed political turmoil after upsetting some within his party by pushing for plans to shut down fossil-fuel factories in favor of green energy. I was. He commented the day before in California that the fossil fuel industry is a major employer in Pennsylvania.
Senator Joe Manchin, DW.Va., chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, said the president owe an apology to coal workers across the country. He called Biden’s comments offensive and hateful.
Trump grabbed the Western Pennsylvania riff and accused Biden of resuming the war on coal, your coal.
The White House said Biden’s words were twisted to imply an unintended meaning. If anyone was offended by these remarks, he regrets it and regrets that he was commenting on economic and technological facts.
Democrats are deeply concerned about their narrow majority in the House and Senate. Voters are frustrated with Mr. Biden’s leadership amid soaring inflation, rising crime fears and widespread pessimism about the country’s direction. As history suggests, the Democrats, as the party in power, will suffer big losses in the midterm elections.
Trump slapped Republican Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida while campaigning in Pennsylvania. After showing the vote numbers for the recent presidential election on the big screen, Trump called DeSantis, a potential Republican rival in 2024, Ron DeSantimonias.
Trump’s weekend trip was part of a late blitzkrieg scheduled to take him to Ohio. and is expected to start in the days or weeks after voting closes.
Multiple times on Saturday, Trump falsely claimed he lost the 2020 election simply because the Democrats cheated, raising the odds of election fraud this week. In part, because of such rhetoric, federal intelligence agencies have warned that political violence by far-right extremists could break out in the coming days.
Folks, I promise you, in the next very, very, very short period of time, you will be happy, Trump said of another White House bid. , on November 8, Republicans must score a historic victory.
Mr. Biden’s speech in Pennsylvania is much the same as he has been giving for weeks, spotlighting his major legislative achievements and calling for abortion rights if Republicans take control of Congress. , warned that voting rights, Social Security and Medicare would be at risk.
The president highlighted the inflation-cutting action passed by the Democratic-led Congress in August. This includes some medical provisions that are popular among the elderly and less affluent. Monthly limit per insulin prescription. The new law also requires companies that raise prices faster than overall inflation to pay rebates to Medicare.
But with his hometown audience now larger and more energetic, Biden’s energy appeared to be heightened.
“We need to reaffirm the values that have long defined us. Biden said of threats to democracy. We are good people. I know this.
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