Trump Proclaims ‘American Dream is Dead’ in Recent Critique of Biden

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(TheRedWire.com) – Former President Donald Trump stated during his campaign rally in Durham, N.H., which was aired live on Newsmax, that the Biden administration had killed the American dream. 

As he remarked, the Democrat Party and President Joe Biden have only managed to create problems, while they have been incapable of solving any. He added that so long as President Biden was in the White House, the American Dream would be dead. 

Trump added that it was possible for things to change at the last minute and that despite the fact that Trump was now leading Joe Biden would change the polls and win next November. The former President also predicted that next year there would be a historic victory before Christmas. As he pointed out, if he wins the economy would start to improve, the energy prices would drop and there would be a decline in the large numbers of migrants that are crossing the U.S. border. 

Trump, who is currently leading the polls in the Republican primary race across the United States and in New Hampshire, has asked for voters’ support so that he can win the GOP nomination before anyone else could potentially find their footing. 

Decision Desk HQ, a partner of The Hill, put out a poll from the state which showed that Trump is still winning in the state with 45.9 percent support, while in second place was former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley with 20.8 percent support. In third place was former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) with 12.8 percent, and in fourth and fifth place were Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy at 8.9 percent and 8.6 percent respectively. 

The primary race in New Hampshire is scheduled to take place on Jan. 23, 2024, and it is the first election in the nation. Till then the candidates are spending a lot of time campaigning in the state in an attempt to sway voters and gain the necessary support to win the state.

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