Biden And Trump Called Each Other A Threat To Democracy


US President Joe Biden and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held election rallies in Georgia on Saturday. During this, both accused each other of being a threat to democracy. This was the first time this year that both were campaigning in the same area at the same time on Saturday. A tough contest is expected in Georgia in the general elections to be held on November 5.

It went in Biden’s favour in the 2020 election and was at the centre of Trump’s false claims that he was the victim of widespread election fraud. He also faced criminal charges for trying to interfere in the counting of votes in the state. Trump chose the city of Rome, which is a conservative stronghold in the state, for the campaign.


Trump Will Get The Party’s Nomination On Tuesday

Meanwhile, Biden was in Atlanta. It is expected that Trump will get the party’s nomination on Tuesday. During a rally in Georgia, Trump said regarding court cases that the Democrats have disarmed the government. At the same time, President Joe Biden attacked Trump for meeting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in recent days. Earlier on Thursday, he had also targeted Trump in the State of the Union speech.

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