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‘We’re In Serious Danger’: Trump Sounds Alarm About Biden’s Policies


After four years of economic stability, Joe Biden has presided over a period of serious decline across America.

With inflation soaring and the threat of a recession building each day, Donald Trump recently addressed the problems the nation currently faces.

He sounded off on Biden during a recent interview.

According to Newsmax:

The former president addressed the stock market, gas prices and oil policies in a 15-minute phone segment that aired on Newsmax’s Eric Bolling The Balance, where he said Biden and the Democrats have “destroyed” the economy.

“We had the greatest economy in the history of the world…especially just prior to COVID, or the China virus coming in, we had the greatest ever,” Trump told Bolling. “I actually had the stock market higher than it was even before COVID. And then they destroyed it.”

Trump said the economy “coasted for a year and a half” but is now in “a lot of trouble.”

“Our country has never been like this,” he said. “And we’re in serious danger with what’s going on in Ukraine and with Russia. You can end up with a World War the way they’re handling it. Crazy. What they’re doing is crazy.”

Of course, Trump is only echoing what many struggling Americans already believe about the disastrous Biden administrtion.

For his part, Biden is clearly trying to pass the buck and ignore reality ahead of midterm elections that are shaping up to be dominated by GOP wins.

As the National Review reported:

And today, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had to offer the finely worded argument that the U.S. was not officially in a recession yet: “Right now, we don’t see a recession right now. We’re not in a recession right now. Right now we’re in a transition where we are going to go into a place of stable and steady growth.”

But the country isn’t going to have to wait too long to hear whether it is in recession. A recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. In the first quarter of 2022, the U.S. experienced a shrinkage of about 1.5 percent. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis will release the numbers for the second quarter on July 28.

Some of the Federal Reserve banks regularly update their projections for the next quarter’s GDP. And none of the outlooks are particularly cheery.

Here’s a clip of Trump’s recent remarks:

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