Foreign news Biden enrages Americans by denouncing "MAGA zealots"

ToAboutEveryTothe gain support for his candidates in the next midterm elections, the US president stepped up his criticism of Trump supporters.



President of the United States Joe Biden has once more denounced the sizable portion of the populace that backs his predecessor, Donald Trump, declaring that "MAGA forces" pose an existential threat to democracy and must be crushed.


In reference to Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan, Biden warned on Thursday that "MAGA forces are determined to move our country backwards, back to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no access to contraception, and no right to marry who you love."


Biden asserted that Trump backers want to undermine American democracy while speaking at Philadelphia's famed Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was penned in 1776. "We've reassured ourselves that American democracy is secure for a very long time. Though it isn't. Each and every one of us must stand up for it, defend it, and safeguard it.


Nevertheless, the US president was careful to point out that not "every Republican, not even most Republicans, are MAGA radicals, but the Republican party is dominated, driven and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans. And that poses a danger to this nation.


In order to overcome his political rivals, Biden then implored all Americans to join him in his "fight for the spirit of the nation" and "vote, vote, vote."


"Despite these dangers, we are not defenceless... Additionally, "people, it is under our control, it is in our hands - yours and mine — to stop the attack on American democracy.


In recent days, Biden has escalated his criticism of former president's supporters, ostensibly in an effort to capitalise on anti-Trump fervour to increase Democratic voter turnout in the approaching congressional midterm elections on November 8.


The MAGA ideology is "semi-fascism," according to Biden, who said that Trump supporters "refuse to accept the will of the people," "embrace political violence," and represent a "danger to our basic democracy" just last week.


At the time, he continued, "It's not hyperbole; you need to vote to restore democracy. Biden sees MAGA Republicans as an "extreme danger to our democracy," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Wednesday.


Even while he often emphasised that he was "not a President of Red America or Blue America, but of all America," Biden's most recent remarks represent a further divergence from his vow to bring the ideologically divided country together.


Trump received more than 74 million votes in the 2020 presidential election. According to a late-month Yahoo/YouGov poll, 54% of Republicans and independents who lean Republican favour Trump to be the GOP's choice for president in 2024. In comparison, only 32% of Democrats want Biden to be their nominee for president in 2024.


Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, responded to the White House's previews of the president's address by labelling Obama "the divider-in-chief" who "epitomises the current situation of the Democrat Party: one of hatred, disdain, and hostility towards half the country."


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