Joe Biden Continues to Attack 'MAGA Republicans' in Battleground States

Joe Biden Continues to Attack 'MAGA Republicans' in Battleground States

President Joe Biden visited Pennsylvania for the second time this week, where he again condemned “MAGA Republicans” to union workers in the Pittsburgh area on Monday.

Biden again warned that the GOP was no longer “your father’s Republican Party.” He said that this “is a totally different party, man.”

“We have a choice. Trump and the MAGA Republicans made their choice. We can choose to build a better America, or we can continue down this sliding path to oblivion to where we don’t want to go.”

Biden made the comments after making speeches earlier in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, two battleground states that have important implications in the coming senate races and midterm elections that could decide which party controls the Senate next year.

“Not every Republican is a MAGA Republican, not every Republican embraces that extreme ideology. But the extreme MAGA Republicans in Congress have chosen to go backwards, full of anger, violence, hate and division,” Biden said in Milwaukee.

“There’s no democracy where you can be pro-insurrection and pro-democracy,”

Biden appeared with Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who is up against the Trump-endorsed Mehmet Oz.

“If I have to be in a foxhole, I want John Fetterman in there with me,” Biden said.

Biden has been on the offensive lately in his relentless attack of so-called “MAGA Republicans.” In Philadelphia last week, Biden said that “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backward.”

Former President Donald Trump slammed Biden’s speech, which he called the “most vicious, hateful, and divisive speech ever delivered by an American president.”

“Vilifying 75 million citizens, plus another probably 75 to 150 if we want to be accurate about it, as threats to democracy and enemies of the state. You’re all enemies of the state,” Trump told his supporters. “He’s the enemy of the state if you want to know the truth.”


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