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Trump SLAMS Biden Says He is DEFLECTING from his Failures by Focusing on Jan 6th!

As Trump canceled his Jan.6th press conference for no apparent reason, he released a scathing rebuke of Biden’s comments stating that Trump was to blame for what happened on January 6th!

• Trump accused Biden of deflecting from the ‘incompetent job he is doing by shifting the focus on the anniversary of the riot at the capitol.

• Trump said in a statement released by his PAC: “Biden is working hard to try and deflect the incompetent job he is doing and has done, on the horrible Afghanistan withdrawal (surrender), the Borders, COVID, Inflation, loss of Energy Independence, and much more,” he went on to say “Everything he touches turns to failure. That’s what you get when you have a rigged the election.”

• Trump also lashed out in a separate press release on the January 6th committee, which he calls “the Unselect Committee of totally partisan political hacks.”

• Trump accused the Democrats and their RINO co-conspirators of destroying the nation.

• THIS IS WHAT BIDEN HAD TO SAY ABOUT TRUMP AND JAN 6th

• Trump is now claiming, “This is the Democrats’ Great Cover-Up Committee, and the Media is complicit.”

• Trump also claims – “What has become more and more obvious to ALL is that the LameStream Media will not report the facts that Nancy Pelosi and the Capitol Sergeant-at-Arms denied requests for D.C. National Guard or Military to be present at the Capitol,” he went on to claim. “Their emails and correspondence with the Department of Defense exist, but the media won’t ask for this evidence or report the truth!

• Trump had scheduled a Press conference for January 6th, 2022, but he later canceled it for no reason at all.

• Now, he says he will speak on the subject at his “rally” in Arizona on January 15th.

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  1. We are not stupid. The 81,000,000 who voted for President Trump are NOT fooled by “election deflection.” We look forward to the rally in Arizona on January 15th.

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