Trump alerts Americans to the newest ‘DISINFORMATION’ campaign on the block

by Summer Lane

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President Trump alerted Americans to the newest type of information warfare coming from America’s enemies in a statement posted to Truth Social, boldly hitting back at “DISINFORMATION.”

“Here’s the new DISINFORMATION chant from the people destroying our Country – IT’S TRUMP’S FAULT!!!” he wrote.

The president’s comments come just days after he was arraigned in a Manhattan court on 34 charges related to allegedly “falsifying” business records. As reported by RSBN, the accusations are related to business dealings that took place in 2017, when Trump would have been running the country as president.

Trump additionally shared his thoughts on the “incompetent administration” driving the chaos at home and abroad through disinformation and beyond.

“The good ol’ USA is losing so much, so fast, that at the end of the 1 1/2 years remaining in the most incompetent administration in history, we may not even have a Country left,” he shared on Truth Social.  “There’s an INVASION at our Border, we’re about to lose our ‘Dollar’ as the World Standard, and we could, because of ‘Stupid People,’ end up in World War III.”

He added, “The only things they do well is CHEATING ON ELECTIONS, DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGNS, and WEAPONIZING THE JUSTICE SYSTEM. We are a Nation in Decline, a Failing Nation!!!”

Trump’s Truth Social statements were reminiscent of the warnings he issued on Tuesday night during post-arraignment remarks delivered at his home, Mar-a-Lago. “Incredibly, we are now a failing nation – we are a nation in decline,” he told the crowd. “And now these radical left lunatics want to interfere with our elections by using law enforcement – we can’t let that happen.”

Despite the legal attacks on President Trump, he has fared exceptionally well in the polls, broadening the gap between himself and potential Republican contenders for the 2024 Republican nomination. Per RSBN, he even holds a 7-point lead over Joe Biden in a hypothetical general election face-off, according to a Rasmussen survey.

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