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‘A Dangerous Day’: Trump Delivers Stark Warning Ahead Of Closing Arguments In ‘Hush Money’ Trial

Donald Trump hasn’t been shy in voicing his objection to the charges brought against him by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

As the trial came to a close this week, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee delivered yet another scathing rebuke of the forces behind the prosecution, including Joe Biden.

According to Fox News:

“This is a very dangerous day for America. It’s a very sad day,” Trump said in remarks to the media before heading into the Manhattan courtroom Tuesday morning.

“Make no mistake about it, I’m here because of crooked Joe Biden. The worst president in the history of our country, he’s destroying our country. This country is being destroyed rapidly, not slowly, rapidly. On the borders, on energy, on inflation, on everything you can name, Afghanistan removal. Everything about what he’s done, he’s destroying our country, and he’s also destroying it with weaponization. And this is purely is weaponization,” Trump added in his remarks.

For its part, the Biden re-election campaign sought to capitalize on the courtroom spectacle by hosting a press conference nearby on Tuesday.

Of course, the incompetence on display by this motley assortment of leftist shills went over about as smoothly as Biden’s harshest critics would have expected.

Here’s a little more from Trump’s remarks on Tuesday, per the National Post:

Donald Trump spoke to reporters before heading into the courtroom on Tuesday morning, calling it “a dark day in America” and “a very sad day.”

The former president carried a sheet of paper and read quotes off of it from political and legal commentators who have attacked the hush money case, a feature Trump has made a regular part of his trial routine. He called Judge Juan M. Merchan “corrupt” and “conflicted” but said he couldn’t speak about it because of the gag order.

“We’ll see how it goes. This is a very dangerous day for America. It’s a very sad day,” Trump said.

He was accompanied by three of his children, Don Jr., Eric and Tiffany, along with one of his de facto campaign managers Susie Wiles.

And in case you missed it, the following video highlights anti-Trump actor Robert De Niro’s disastrous display outside the courthouse.


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