Trump: China, Russia, and Iran disgrace US
Donald Trump returns to an Ohio stage Saturday for his first big campaign-style rally since leaving the White House.
Former US President Donald Trump delivered his first campaign-style rally since leaving the White House five months ago. The event was held at the Lorain County Fairgrounds.
The rally in Wellington supported Max Miller, who Trump has endorsed for Ohio's 16th Congressional District against Rep. Anthony Gonzalez.
During his speech, Trump implores supporters to assist Republicans in regaining control of Congress in next year's midterm elections.
Trump told thousands of applauding fans at Ohio's Lorain County Fairgrounds, "We will take back the House, we will take back the Senate, and we will take back America, and we will do it soon."
Addressing all of his favorite topics, he portrayed the US as a country "going to doom" under his successor Joe Biden, repeating his allegations that Democrats "stole" the 2020 elections.
"This was the scam of the century, and this was the crime of the century," Trump said. "The 2020 presidential election was rigged. We won that election in a landslide."
Besides, Trump also alluded to the possibility of another win. "We may have to win it a third time. It is possible," he stated.
The former US president went on to say that "Joe Biden is destroying our nation before our very eyes."
In the context of his speech, Trump said that China, Russia and Iran humiliate the United States during the presidency of Joe Biden.
On January 20, hours before his presidential term ended and Biden was sworn in, Trump left the White House, remarking briefly of a "great 4-year period" that was the "honor of a lifetime," and said, "I will come back one way or another."