Trump stands PROUDLY as a ‘PUBLIC ENEMY of a ROGUE REGIME’

President Trump brought the heat on Saturday in beautiful Greensboro, North Carolina, speaking to a crowd of eager MAGA voters at a “Get Out the Vote Rally” ahead of next week’s Super Tuesday primary elections.

He slammed the “animals” who are utilizing the justice system to attack him amid a heated 2024 election year, slamming Joe Biden for spearheading these efforts which are seen by many as an obvious attempt to take out his political opponent.

“He can’t campaign, he can’t speak, he can’t walk, he looks like hell,” Trump pointed out, alluding to his belief that the political persecution is taking place because Joe Biden is far from a competitive political candidate.

“These are bad people,” Trump said.

The president said that “every time the radical left Democrats, Marxists, communists, and fascists indict me, I consider it a GREAT BADGE OF HONOR.”

Trump continued, “I stand before you today not only as your past and hopefully future president but as a proud political dissident and as a public enemy of a rogue regime.”

He said that the Democrat machine was “anti-democratic” and described the corruption of U.S. leadership as a gaggle of “thugs” and “bullies.”

The president further pledged that the American people would not allow the presidential election of 2024 to be rigged like 2020 “We’re not going to allow them to rig the presidential election of 2024,” he said.

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