Trump Makes Big Statement After Democrat Election Losses in Virginia, New York, Texas, Ahead of 2022 Midterms; Lays Out Successful Path Forward for U.S.

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Former President Donald Trump issued a statement on Thursday in the aftermath of several high-profile election defeats of Democrats along with some near-misses as he discussed the country’s future.

“The Democrat politicians of this Country spend 99% of their time fighting Republicans and no time thinking about making our Country great,” Trump said in a statement released by his Save America PAC and tweeted by spokesperson Liz Harrington.

“If they would spend half of that energy fighting China, Russia, Iran and even the European Union, where the U.S. just dropped all tariffs, we would go back to greatness again. Instead, they are weak with everybody except conservatives. Our Country has become the laughingstock of the world!”

His latest statement came on the heels of an interview on The Chris Stigall Show when the former president discussed how things in the country would be far different if he still were in the Oval Office

“If the election weren’t rigged and if I were there, you wouldn’t have inflation, your gas prices would be less than $2, your economy would be roaring, we’d be respected by the world, we would’ve been out of Afghanistan and we wouldn’t have left, we wouldn’t have left $85 Billion, billion with a ‘B’, of equipment behind, we wouldn’t have 13 dead soldiers,” he said.

The former president then pivoted to reports that the Biden administration is considering payments to migrant families who were separated under the Trump administration amounting to $450,000 per person.

“These people are absolutely crazy, crazy,” he said. “Our country can’t sustain this.”

He went on to warn that Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold the Beijing Winter Olympics next year before he begins to increase threats on Taiwan.

The radio host then asked Trump about COVID-19 vaccines, and if he thought children ought to be vaccinated.

“I don’t think so,” he said. “They’re strong, their immune systems are strong, they’re not affected, like, especially older people that have some kind of a problem, whether it be diabetes or something. Those people I strongly recommend [getting vaccinated].”

The former president also took some credit for GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin’s defeat of Democratic challenger Terry McAuliffe in Virginia.

“If [Youngkin] lost, they were going to blame me, and if he won, they’d say I did nothing,” Trump said.

“Without [my] endorsement, I will tell you, he would have received hundreds of thousands of fewer votes.”


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