Trump Cries Out, Accuses Biden of ‘Stealing’ His Crucial Idea, Initiative

by Jessica

Former President Donald Trump unleashed a fiery late-night message on Friday, September 22, alleging that President Joe Biden had appropriated one of his key initiatives.

In the scathing missive via Truth Social, Trump contended that Biden had initially shown no inclination to visit the United Autoworkers until Trump himself announced his plans to head to Michigan and stand in solidarity with them.

“Crooked Joe Biden had no intention of going to visit the United Autoworkers until I announced that I would be heading to Michigan to be with them, & help them out,” Trump lamented.

Trump went on to criticize Biden’s stance on electric cars, labeling it a “ridiculous all Electric Car Hoax.”

He asserted that this concept was not Biden’s brainchild, emphasizing his belief that Biden struggled to articulate coherent thoughts.

Instead, Trump attributed the idea to what he called the “Radical Left Fascists, Marxists, & Communists” who he claimed wielded significant influence over Biden and were, in Trump’s words, “DESTROYING OUR COUNTRY.”

The former president further predicted a concerning shift in the automotive industry, asserting that within three years, all cars would be manufactured in China.

He insinuated that Biden’s motivations were financially linked to China, alleging that the country paid substantial sums to Biden and his family.

Trump went so far as to characterize Biden as a “Manchurian Candidate,” implying that he was beholden to foreign interests.

In a direct appeal to the United Autoworkers (UAW) leadership, Trump warned of dire consequences if they did not endorse him and if he did not secure victory in the upcoming election.

He proclaimed that without his support, the fate of the Autoworkers and, subsequently, the truckers would be uncertain at best.

Trump’s tirade culminated in a scathing evaluation of Biden, labeling him as “Crooked” and branding him as the most corrupt and inept president in the history of the United States.

Trump concluded by suggesting that if Biden were capable of mustering the energy, he should redirect his attention to the Southern Border and refrain from interfering in the automotive industry.

This incendiary late-night message marks another chapter in the ongoing political discourse between the two former presidents, highlighting the intensity of their ideological differences and the contentious nature of American politics.

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