Trump says that the raid in his house was a travesty of justice and Biden is US’s top enemy

During a campaign rally in a rural community located in the state of Pennsylvania, Trump declared that Vice President Joe Biden is “an enemy of the state.”

Trump gave his response in response to Vice President Joe Biden’s recent statement that former President Barack Obama and those who support him constitute “extremism that threatens the very underpinnings of the nation.” Biden made this statement.

The current president intends to depict Joe Biden as a “danger to democracy” and a “enemy of the state,” according to the assessment of the former president, who stated that Biden’s address was “full of hatred and wrath.”

“The enemy of the state is him, and the group that controls him,” Trump added in advance of congressional elections, which are traditionally held around the halfway point of a US president’s term and are scheduled for November 8. These elections are set to take place in the United States on November 8.

After the federal authorities searched Trump’s Florida residence, the president of the United States made his first public appearance.

He stated that the illegal search and seizure of his home constituted a mockery of the legal system.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted a search warrant at the home of former President Donald Trump on the grounds that there was reasonable cause to believe that he had unlawfully preserved sensitive materials from his time in the White House (2017-2021).

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