Former United States President Donald Trump vowed to destroy President Joe Biden in the 2024 United States Presidential Election. Photo/REUTERS
WASHINGTON – Donald Trump vows to crush Joe Biden in presidential election (Pilpres) United States of America (USA) 2024. It was delivered in a fiery campaign speech at a hotel in Manchester, New Hampshire, Thursday.
The former US president was speaking as he faced a barrage of legal troubles, including when a writer who accused Trump of rape testified for a second day in a civil court in New York.
“The choice in this election is now between strength or weakness, between success or failure, between security or anarchy, between peace or conflict, and prosperity or disaster,” Trump told some 1,500 supporters.
“We are living in doom. With your vote on November 5, 2024, we will destroy Joe Biden and the White House… at the ballot box, and we will finish our unfinished business,” Trump said. 28/4/2023).
It was Trump’s first appearance since January at Granite State, which propelled him to victory in the 2016 Republican nominating contest after a shaky start in Iowa.
President Joe Biden, 80, had announced last Tuesday that he wanted a second term as president in 2024, warning that the next election, like the last, would be a “battle for the soul.”
Many top Republicans say Donald Trump, 76, is positioning himself for another loss after leading Republicans to poor showings in the 2020 presidential election and in the last two midterm cycles.
“Republicans want someone who can win in November 2024. Donald Trump is a loser,” New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, who is said to be considering a presidential bid, told NBC on Sunday.
Nine Republicans in the US Senate have endorsed Trump, but others warn that charges against Trump could hurt their hopes of reclaiming the upper house of Congress from Democrats next year.