Trumpists can win in the midterm elections
President Biden, Obama, Clinton and Trump are running for president
The current and three former US presidents are campaigning last minute in the final race ahead of Tuesday’s important US midterm elections. Trump could seize power in Congress and the Senate.
Former US President Barack Obama (left) and current incumbent Joe Biden together in the midterms
In the United States, former presidents are also officially referred to as “Mr. President” addressees. four «Mr. The President “is campaigning shortly before the important midterm elections. Incumbent President Joe Biden (79) along with former President Barack Obama (61) warned that there was a lot at stake on Tuesday, November 8. “Democracy is literally on the ballot,” Biden said.
Obama made a similar remark at the same election stage in Philadelphia: “Truth, facts, logic, reason and basic decency on the ballot,” former President Donald Trump (76)’s predecessor said regarding Republican candidates. State-of-the-art democracy: “The midterm elections are no joke,” Obama said. Democrats are threatened with losing a slim majority in the US Congress. Also, the race for a majority in the US Senate, where the majority of Democrats are currently held only by voting rights. Vice President Kamala Harris (58) tightly secured.
In Pennsylvania: Biden and Obama appear at the Democratic caucus(01:37)
In Pennsylvania itself, which is of particular importance to Democrats, Trump also campaigned on Saturday. Trump said Pennsylvania would elect “an unbelievable number of real, American-leaning Republicans” — and with a quick swipe at the joint appearances of Biden and Obama: “I heard they had a small caucus.”
Nerves raw on both sides
Trump told the crowd, who chanted, “America!” USA!” he exclaimed. US borders are also an issue for other Republicans on the campaign trail. In the event of a change of power in the House of Commons, there are threats to end military aid to Ukraine. Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Green, 48, said at a Trump rally in the state Iowa “Democrats have opened our borders wide open.” At a rally Thursday evening, Trump also hinted that he might announce his 2024 presidential nomination in the coming weeks. He reiterated his claim of a stolen 2020 presidential election.
“But the only border they care about is Ukraine,” Green told the crowd. Not the southern border of America. Under the republicans, not a penny will go to Ukraine. Our country comes first.”
Shortly before the fateful elections, former President Bill Clinton (76 years old) appeared at the election stage in New York. “What do Republicans want?” Clinton asked. They want you to be scared and angry. The last thing they want is for you to think.” (Kess)
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