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Biden slams Trump for ‘doubling down’ on rebellion

  • Biden also criticized Trump for his recent comments that immigrants are “poisoning the blood” of the country.
  • Biden’s trip to Wisconsin came a day after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Trump was ineligible to serve as president under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
  • Republicans have condemned the court’s decision and Trump’s lawyers plan to appeal to the US Supreme Court.

The Democratic president made the comments about his Republican challenger in next year’s election shortly after landing in Milwaukee for an event focused on the economy.

“But he certainly supported a rebellion. There’s no question about that. None. Zero.

Under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment

Biden also criticized Trump for his recent comments that immigrants are “poisoning the blood” of the country.

“As the former president reiterated yesterday, I do not believe that immigrants pollute our blood,” Biden said in a speech to the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce.

“The economy and our nation are stronger when we use the full range of talent in this nation.”

Biden’s trip to Wisconsin came a day after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Trump was ineligible to serve as president under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.

This is the first time in US history that this provision has been used to disqualify a candidate.

Republicans have condemned the court’s decision and Trump’s lawyers plan to appeal to the US Supreme Court.

Trump has refused to back down from his lies that voter fraud allowed Biden to win in 2020, and he has promised to pardon supporters who participated in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Biden has again and again condemned Trump and defined him as a danger to American democracy.

However, he has been very careful when dealing with his predecessor’s legal challenges, including several criminal cases against him, and this is no different.

When asked by reporters aboard Air Force One, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declined to comment.”The president is not involved; we are not involved,” he said.”It’s a legal process and we’re not involved.”

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