Donald Trump tears into Joe Biden for ‘dismantling’ what he did in the White House

Donald Trump tears into Joe Biden for ‘dismantling’ what he did in the White House and slams him for not finishing southern border wall – despite the ‘millions and millions’ of migrants crossing into America’

  • Former President Donald Trump appeared in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity and accused President Biden of ‘dismantling’ his achievements
  • He said Biden’s reluctance to deal with the border crisis has allowed an influx of drugs into the country
  • Trump claimed ‘we had drugs down 19% from what they were the previous year’
  • ‘We really have a country that is going downhill,’ he said, calling the US a ‘country in decline

Former President Donald Trump appeared in an interview with Fox News‘ Sean Hannity on Wednesday night and slammed President Joe Biden for ‘dismantling’ his achievements in the White House

Trump listed his accomplishments while he was President and said he was ‘so proud’ of what his administration did, including tax and regulation cuts, energy independence and the border wall. 

Former President Donald Trump appeared on Fox News in an interview with Sean Hannity to discuss New York AG Letitia James and the current Biden administration

Former President Donald Trump appeared on Fox News in an interview with Sean Hannity to discuss New York AG Letitia James and the current Biden administration

He went on to say ‘we did things nobody ever thought possible’ and then tore into Biden and his current administration when they ‘came along and just dismantled that.’

He said Biden’s reluctance to deal with the border crisis has allowed an influx of drugs into the country, and said ‘we were doing great, and now you’ve got drugs pouring into the country at a level that nobody has seen.

Trump claimed ‘we had drugs down 19% from what they were the previous year’ and also said the border crisis has allowed ‘millions’ of people to pour through. 

He also said the country ‘would have been energy dominant in a very short period of time,’ in a way that would have been ‘larger than Russia and Saudi Arabia put together.’

‘We really have a country that is going downhill,’ he said, calling the US a ‘country in decline.

The interview comes after a federal appeals court is allowing Justice Department lawyers to continue looking at the documents marked as classified that wore taken from Donald Trump‘s Mar-a-Lago during the August raid. 

It’s unclear if Trump will appeal the ruling, which was a victory for the Justice Department and its investigation into the records Trump took with him when he left the White House.

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