“We’ve Never Been This Disrespected” – Trump Torches Biden in Hannity Interview

“We’ve Never Been This Disrespected” – Trump Torches Biden in Hannity Interview
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President Donald Trump spoke to Sean Hannity last night about the Biden presidency, telling him that the U.S. is now at a breaking point.

On Biden’s disaster in Afghanistan, Trump called it “the single most embarrassing thing to happen to our country, maybe in its history.”

On the border crisis, Trump said “All they (had) to do was leave (the border) alone. The wall was almost complete… [and] one thing you didn’t see was drugs. Drugs were at their lowest point, in particular Fentanyl, which is a brutal drug. It was stopped, it was at a level we had not seen in a long time.”

Of the Senate voting to raise the debt ceiling through December, Trump called for new GOP leadership in the Senate. “They were in a real big bind. They wouldn’t have been able to do anything,” Trump said. “He [Mitch McConnell] had the weapon, and he was unable to use it.”

Trump also weighed in on the Biden DOJ targeting parents who oppose leftist propaganda and indoctrination in schools. “The country can’t take much more of it, they can’t do it. Those school parents, those are parents that love their country and they love their children. And they don’t want all of this nonsense that’s being fed to their children. They just don’t want it, and they [the DOJ] are trying to make them out to be terrorists.”

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