Trump Steps Up Campaign-Style Attacks On Biden

Former President Donald Trump is increasingly taking aim at his successor, President Joe Biden, with a series of blistering criticisms reminiscent of last year’s campaign as the 45th president teases another run.

Trump has issued a series of statements, his substitute for Twitter, from which he was banished over his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, challenging Biden’s policy decisions and circulating articles that are similarly critical of the White House’s new resident. He also appeared on Sean Hannity’s prime-time Fox News show on Monday night to take his case directly to the voters.

"While former President Trump is maintaining a laser-like focus on helping Republicans take back power in Washington and across the country in 2022, he is also keeping tabs on the follies of the Biden administration,” said Republican strategist Ford O’Connell. “And at a time when the country needs to vaccinate as many Americans as possible as quickly as possible, Trump is correct that the Biden administration’s decision to halt distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a self-defeating head-scratcher that will only lead to greater skepticism about COVID jabs among the general population.”

Known for his marketing instincts, Trump also objected to the symbolism of the 9/11 date. “September 11th represents a very sad event and period for our Country and should remain a day of reflection and remembrance honoring those great souls we lost,” he said. “Getting out of Afghanistan is a wonderful and positive thing to do.” O’Connell called Biden’s choice of date “flat tone-deaf."

“Donald Trump may be out of the White House, but he is the unquestioned leader of the Republican Party and the one person who can lead the GOP back to majorities in Washington next year, despite repeated attempts by Big Tech, the Democrats, and corporate media to silence his every word,” O’Connell said. “And should Trump choose to run for the White House in 2024, he will be the Republican Party presidential nominee."

Read more from W. James Antle III at the Washington Examiner

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