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Joe Biden Drops a Bombshell on Trump’s Teen Abortion

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During an assertive campaign speech, President Joe Biden made reference to former President Donald Trump a notable 21 times, taking a direct jab at Trump by labeling him a “loser” and criticizing his Veterans Day speech with Nazi undertones, as reported by Media Ite.

While the President’s recent campaigning has been primarily confined to fundraisers without media presence, the tone of his remarks during a fundraising reception at the Merchants Exchange Building in San Francisco, California, offered a glimpse into the rhetoric expected at future campaign rallies.

Biden demonstrated a commitment to aggressively targeting Trump, highlighting his role in what he referred to as the “off-year election debacle.”

This early indication of the campaign strategy reveals Biden’s intention to confront Trump head-on, with a focus on dismantling his legacy and discrediting his actions during significant events such as Veterans Day.

As the campaigning intensifies, it remains to be seen how this confrontational approach will resonate with the public and influence the political discourse.

The press and pundits can keep being surprised as much as they want, but since I came off the sidelines to go toe to toe with Donald Trump, we haven’t stopped winning, and he hasn’t stopped losing. (Applause.)

Remember when Trump told us he was going to win so much we’d get tired of winning? (Laughter.) (Inaudible.) Oh, man. I don’t want — I shouldn’t get started. (Laughter.)

Let me tell you one thing that’s true: We got tired of Trump. The truth is the guy can’t get tired of losing.

Folks, look, the Supreme Court majority Trump proudly appointed overturned Roe v. Wade. They practically dared the women of America to be heard in court. The majority of the Court wrote, “Women are not without electoral or political power.” At the time, I said, “They ain’t seen nothing yet.” (Laughter.)

Oh, I did. They don’t have a clue about the power women in America. And that, we’re about to find out. They did — (applause) — in Kansas in the midterms, in Ohio.

Now Trump is running for president bragging about how he “killed Roe v. Wade,” quote. But he’s trying to change that now, too, if you notice.

So, let’s be absolutely cear- — clear what Trump’s bragging about. The only reason there is an abortion ban in America is because of Donald Trump. The only reason teenagers in Ohio are being forced to travel out of state to get their healthcare is because of Donald Trump. The only reason a fundamental right has been stripped away from the American people for the first time in American history is because of Donald Trump.

And just as all his Republican friends have found out about the power of women in America, Donald Trump is about to find out the power of women (inaudible). (Applause.)

And I especially want to thank Kamala for her leadership on this issue and so many others, from voting rights to artificial intelligence.

Folks, Trump was one of just two presidents who lost jobs during his presidency. In all of American history, only two lost jobs during their presidency. That’s why, now and then, we remember him as Donald “Hoover” Trump. (Laughter.)

The idea is: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men and women are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain…” And it goes on: “…among them life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

While we’ve never fully lived up to it, we have never, ever walked away from it. Now Trump and the MAGA Republicans want to walk away from it. It’s not going to happen on my watch, I promise you. (Applause.)

There are a lot of reasons to be against Donald Trump. But damn, he shouldn’t be president. He should not be president. (Applause.)

And that attack on — the attack on Nancy’s husband, that demonstrates maybe the best reason of all. To make a joke about that, you — you really have no business being anywhere near the presidency.

You know, there’s no place in America for political violence. None. Zero. Ever. None, zero, ever. (Applause.) And it’s never a laughing matter.

We all need to send the clearest message possible that political violence is never acceptable.

And in just a few — last few days, Trump has said if he returns to office, he’s going to go after all those who oppose him and wipe out what he called the “vermin” — quote, the “vermin” in America. A specific phrase with a sp- — a specific meaning. It echoes language you heard in Nazi Germany in the ‘30s. And it isn’t even the first time.

Trump also recently talked about, quote, “the blood of America is being poisoned” — “the blood of America is being poisoned.” Again, echoes the same phrases used in Nazi Germany.

Folks, we can’t fail. We can’t fail to treat the threat that he poses. I mean, we can’t.

Donald Trump and the extreme — extreme MAGA Republicans are determined to destroy American democracy. Folks, democracy is on the ballot again. We need you. Indeed, we need every American who loves our democracy — Democrats, independents, Republicans — to join together in 2024.

If we do that, we’ll have done something few generations get to say they could do. We will have literally saved democracy. Together, I know we can do this. The choice facing us cannot be any more stark.

When Donald Trump gave his Inaugural Address when he got elected, he chose to speak about American carnage. When I gave my Inaugural Address, I spoke about American possibility.

When Donald Trump looks at America, he sees a failing nation. When I look at America, I see the strongest economy in the world and America leading the world again. (Applause.)

When Donald Trump talks about what he’ll do if he returns to the presidency, he promises to bring “revenge” and “retribution” — his phrase — “revenge” and “retribution.” If you return me to the presidency, my promise would be to lift everyone in this country, leaving no one behind. (Applause.)

Maybe Donald Trump sees an angry, dark, dismal, divided future for America, but I don’t.”

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