Biden urges unity against ‘threat’ of Trump supporters

Biden urges unity against ‘threat’ of Trump supporters

US President Joe Biden, by emphasizing “unity, togetherness” in his speech on the midterm elections to be held in the country, the former President Donald Trump He said his Republican rivals under his leadership “posed a threat to the country’s democracy”.

Addressing his voters in a live broadcast from the Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the foundations of the USA were laid, Biden stated that the democratic values ​​of the USA are “under attack by Trump supporters”.


Biden, aiming for the midterm elections to be held in about 10 weeks, said, “For a long time, we have comforted ourselves that American democracy is guaranteed. But it is not. We have to defend it. We must all stand up for this.”

Biden, who urged Americans to go to the polls on November 8 and reject Republican candidates who endorse Trump’s policies, described the upcoming midterm elections as “a battle for the soul of the nation.”

Biden emphasized that Trump supporters are determined to take back the administration of the country, saying that this means “to return to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to birth control, no right to marry the one you love.” stated it would.


Biden, who targeted Trump supporters in the Republican party and described them as MAGA Republicans, referring to the first letters of the slogan “Make America Great Again”, pointed out that not all Republicans follow Trump’s ideology, “Donald Trump and MAGA Republicans target the foundations of our Republic. It represents extremism. It is a threat to the country.” used the phrase.

Addressing hundreds of people from behind bulletproof glass, US President Joe Biden stated that he believes American values ​​are under attack by Trump-led “extremists”, and that the “political violence and electoral refusal” adopted by the former President and his allies has damaged America’s reputation abroad.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution, do not believe in the rule of law, do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election,” Biden said. he said.

Stating that the lives of US security forces were threatened by extremist Republicans after the raid on Trump’s home, as in the January 6 Congressional raid, Biden said, “We cannot allow violence to normalize in this country. We have to reject political violence with all the moral clarity and conviction that this nation can have. Therefore, we cannot allow the integrity of our choices to be undermined.” said.


Biden, who called for voting in the midterm elections to build a better America, said:

“I believe we can build a better America. So we have passed the largest infrastructure investments since President Dwight D. Eisenhower. And now we have a decade to rebuild the country’s roads, bridges, highways, ports, water system, high-speed railroads. “We’re on the road. We’re going to create millions of new jobs in the clean energy economy. We’re going to think big about making the 21st century another American Century, because the world needs us.”

“We can’t afford to leave anyone on the sidelines.” said the Democratic President, asking voters to “do their part” by raising their voices and voting.

Biden shared his belief that “the USA will continue to be the greatest nation on earth in the next 200 years”.

Biden, who visited Pennsylvania for the second time this week, is expected to make a third trip to the state, which is preparing for a critical election for the House of Representatives and Senate, on Labor Day, which will be celebrated on Monday.