‘Biden Has Destroyed Our Nation’: Trump Slams Biden, Democrats During His Campaign-Style Rally In Ohio


Melanie Wilcox Contributor
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Former President Donald Trump blasted the current administration at his campaign-style rally in Wellington, Ohio, Saturday evening — it was the first rally since he left the White House.

Before thousands of his supporters, Trump repeatedly went after President Joe Biden’s administration for its handling of the southern border crisis, the crime surge currently striking major U.S. cities, and Biden’s sweeping Executive Order, signed Friday, that will implement divisive, unscientific “race training” at every level of the federal government.

In addition to calling out Biden, Trump criticized Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip to the southern border, claiming that she only made the trip because he had announced he was visiting the area with Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.

The former president also took shots at big tech and its alleged censorship of — among other things — the COVID-19 lab-leak theory, while touting his administration’s achievements.


The event started at 7 p.m. at a fairground in Wellington, which is about 40 miles southwest of Cleveland. It will be the first of three public appearances, followed by a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border with Abbott on June 30 and a rally in Sarasota, Florida July 3. (RELATED: The Revenge Tour? Trump To Hold First Campaign-Style Rally In Ohio Since Leaving The White House)

His last public rally occurred in January one day before the Georgia Senate runoffs. In a Friday interview with Newsmax, Trump said a possible 2024 announcement could be made “in the not too distant future.”