Compared with Obama, Biden is “far worse” and more overt, according to former president Donald Trump.
Donald Trump warned that President Biden and the Democratic Party might reach a point where they can’t correct course, leading to the loss of the republic, as envisioned by the founders.
Mark Levin interviewed Donald Trump on “Life, Liberty & Levin” about his new book, “Our Journey Together”, which includes photographs taken during his four years in the White House of him and his family.
As Levin pointed out, Biden has been dubbed the worst president in history by Trump, while other critics have argued that his policies have led to an economic downturn greater than Jimmy Carter’s.
President Trump’s stance
According to Trump, Biden’s administration has already broken with an order he signed banning Marxist critical race theory from federal agencies.
Trump later noted that President Obama was very divisive, but people were less vocal about it. They didn’t want to insult him, but he was very divisive. The Biden administration, however, is much worse. I noticed Obama said the other day that all of these things are dangerous; you know, what they’ve done. It’s too much for him,” he said.
“But when they see his top economic people, they see trillions and trillions of dollars of bills that are being passed where it’s like throwing money out the window.” Trump continues, referencing recent warnings from Obama-era officials such as Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers.
They’re telling Biden people ‘you can’t do this,’ but they’re pushing forward anyway. Let’s see what happens.”
After the upset of Clinton confidant Terence McAuliffe, Trump expressed delight at Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin preparing to take office.
“The MAGA people came out in a force far greater than anybody could have predicted,” Youngkin told him after his win.
In that race, Youngkin did well in Democrat-leaning areas in the north and around Washington, D.C., and also did well in Republican strongholds around Bristol, Wytheville, Bland and Cumberland Gap.
Youngkin’s Win a Wake-up Call for Lefts?
In addition to saying Youngkin’s win should be a wake-up call for the left, Trump also says the nation needs to return to policies of strong borders, free enterprise, a fair press, and more programs he says Biden abandons.
It’s not available here,” he says.
As an example, he said, “Who wouldn’t want voter identification? Or a strong military? Or a border? Who wants millions of people flooding into our country?”
According to him, if you took a sample of 1,000 American citizens, typical, good, patriotic citizens who love their country. They cannot believe what they’re seeing at the border, and some of the people are bad.
Several critics point out that illegal immigrants are often not held to the same standards as citizens. As Biden instituted stronger Coronavirus mitigation edicts.
“You’re going to see a big, big win for Republicans in the midterm elections. I don’t think they’re going to be able to come back that fast,” Trump predicted.
According to him, the country will eventually reach a point where it will not be able to return. “This country has tremendous potential, tremendous potential, but we’re giving it away.”