As Trump warns that ‘we’re living in hell right now,’ Biden team responds: ‘Weird ramblings’

During a recent speech at the Black Conservative Federation Gala in Columbia, South Carolina former President Donald Trump used racially charged sentiments to suggest he has strengthened his appeal to Black Americans by claiming they relate to his multiple criminal indictments. While discussing his Fulton County, Georgia election interference case Trump said, “we’ve all seen the mug shot. And you know who embraced it more than anybody else: the Black population. It’s incredible.” Trump also compared himself to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in the wake of Navalny’s death, saying the more than $350 million in penalties he faces in his New York civil fraud trial are a “form of Navalny.”

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