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Biden Launches Major New Attack on Trump Over January 6th

On Friday, President Biden delivered his first major general election address, which he characterized by a vehement attack on his likely Republican opponent, former President Trump, and a dire warning that his reelection would jeopardize the integrity of American democracy.

Biden attempted to claim that Trump’s reelection would pose a threat to American democracy.

Biden emphasized the January 6, 2021, assault on the Capitol in order to bolster his claim that Trump and his Republican backers have embraced the same type of extremism that was on display on that day three years ago.

He did so while speaking near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, a significant site associated with the American Revolution.

It was noteworthy that the speech placed significant emphasis on Trump and conveyed a sense of personalization.

It emphasized the gravity of Biden’s rematch with the former president in November and contained derogatory remarks (at one point, he referred to Trump as a “loser”).

“Donald Trump’s campaign is obsessed with the past, not the future. He’s willing to sacrifice democracy to put himself in power,” Biden said.

Biden also tried to claim that Trump has a “admiration” for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

A rematch between Trump and Biden appears likely, despite the fact that polls indicate a substantial number of voters are not enthusiastic about the prospect.

As the Iowa caucuses approach in less than a week, Biden, 81, does not encounter significant Democratic opposition. Trump, 77, is by an overwhelming margin the frontrunner for the Republican nomination.

Democrats have expressed concern and garnered media attention due to the fact that Trump leads Biden in polls.

As aggregated by The Hill/Decision Desk HQ from national polls, Trump currently leads Biden by one point.

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