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Trump on Biden Reelection Announcement: He Is Worse than the 5 Worst Presidents Combined
Breitbart, Apr 24, 2023

Former President Donald Trump criticized President Joe Biden for being worse than “the five worst presidents in American history” combined as Biden prepares to officially launch his 2024 reelection campaign.

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In a scathing statement, Trump attacked Biden for his track record on the economy and foreign policy, among other things.

“You could take the five worst presidents in American history, and put them together, and they would not have done the damage Joe Biden has done to our Nation in just a few short years,” Trump said. “Not even close.”

“Thanks to Joe Biden’s socialist spending calamity, American families are being decimated by the worst inflation in half a century,” Trump added. “Banks are failing. Our currency is crashing and the dollar will soon no longer be the world standard, which will be our greatest defeat in over 200 years.”

Trump noted that “the price of gasoline just hit a 5-month high,” and criticized Biden for surrendering America’s energy independence.

On immigration, Trump attacked Biden for releasing “millions of illegal aliens” into American communities and said they are “coming in from mental institutions and prisons.”

“We are like a dumping ground. Our cities have been overrun with homelessness, drug addicts, and violent criminals, who are being released from jail in mass with no retribution whatsoever, while law enforcement is weaponized against law-abiding conservatives or Republicans, or people they just don’t like,” Trump added.

“Our children are being indoctrinated and mutilated by left-wing freaks and zealots,” Trump said. “The senior ranks of our military have gone completely woke, and our military is suffering greatly.”

Trump criticized Biden for humiliating America on the world stage and leading America to the brink of World War III.

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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2023/04/24/trump-biden-worse-than-five-worst-presidents-combined/

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Carter, Wilson, Obama, LBJ...
Who you got for # 5?

I agree with Trump, Biden belongs in that club.

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There were some doozies back in the 1800s as well.

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My  bottom 5-

1. Biden (by far)
2. Buchanan
3. FDR
4. LBJ
5. Wilson and/or Obama (tie)

My Top 5

1. Coolidge
2. Washington
3. Jefferson
4. Reagan
5. Madison
I display the Confederate Battle Flag in honor of my great great great grandfathers who spilled blood at Wilson's Creek and Shiloh.  5 others served in the WBTS with honor too.

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Wait a minute...'when I stand on that debate stage'?  :thud: :thud:
She asked me name my foe then. I said the need within some men to fight and kill their brothers without thought of Love or God. Ken Hensley

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My  bottom 5-

1. Biden (by far)
2. Buchanan
3. FDR
4. LBJ
5. Wilson and/or Obama (tie)

My Top 5

1. Coolidge
2. Washington
3. Jefferson
4. Reagan
5. Madison

I have GWB at 2 on the bottom side.
She asked me name my foe then. I said the need within some men to fight and kill their brothers without thought of Love or God. Ken Hensley

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My  bottom 5-

1. Biden (by far)
2. Buchanan
3. FDR
4. LBJ
5. Wilson and/or Obama (tie)

My Top 5

1. Coolidge
2. Washington
3. Jefferson
4. Reagan
5. Madison

I like your choice of silent Cal.

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Said the guy WHO LOST TO HIM LEGITIMATELY
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"Trump just released a scathing attack ad on Joe Biden. Biden is destroying America!" (Video)


https://twitter.com/alexbruesewitz/status/1651348182322798592

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My bottom 5 --

1) Biden
2) LBJ
3) Obama
4) FDR
5) Carter
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My bottom 5:

Andrew Jackson (founder of the modern Democrat party and a genocidal maniac -- his victory at NOLA was pointless, it was after the treaty ending the War of 1812 had been signed, and wasn't a presidential act)

James Buchanan (made the Civil War inevitable)

Andrew Johnson (cut Reconstruction short, leading to the baleful Jim Crow period)

Woodrow Wilson (while this might need explanation in other fora, it shouldn't here)

Lyndon B. Johnson (the "Great Society" programs he promulgated led to the collapse of family formation among African Americans, and he completely botched Vietnam)

(The last one was a tough call, but FDR's handling of WWII contrasted with LBJ's handling of Vietnam saved him from the ignominy being in the bottom 5.)
And when they behead your own people in the wars which are to come, then you will know what this was all about.

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My bottom 5:

Andrew Jackson (founder of the modern Democrat party and a genocidal maniac -- his victory at NOLA was pointless, it was after the treaty ending the War of 1812 had been signed, and wasn't a presidential act)

James Buchanan (made the Civil War inevitable)

Andrew Johnson (cut Reconstruction short, leading to the baleful Jim Crow period)

Woodrow Wilson (while this might need explanation in other fora, it shouldn't here)

Lyndon B. Johnson (the "Great Society" programs he promulgated led to the collapse of family formation among African Americans, and he completely botched Vietnam)

(The last one was a tough call, but FDR's handling of WWII contrasted with LBJ's handling of Vietnam saved him from the ignominy being in the bottom 5.)

Not only can you make the case that these are the worst 5, they may be the most dangerous 5 as well.

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I have GWB at 2 on the bottom side.

Looks like history is on your side, as more is learned.

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In terms of damage to the Republic I rank them as follows:

1. Abraham Lincoln by a mile.
2. Woodrow Wilson
3. Ulysses S. Grant
4. William Jefferson Clinton
5. Barack Husein Obama
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In terms of damage to the Republic I rank them as follows:

1. Abraham Lincoln by a mile.
2. Woodrow Wilson
3. Ulysses S. Grant
4. William Jefferson Clinton
5. Barack Husein Obama


Definitely an erosion of freedoms and in increase in Government nanny state, size and scope, under these Presidents.

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No Jimmy Carter? ... I guess Reagan undid Carter's damage.

In my lifetime, the biggest threat to the Republic is a combination of authoritarian Dem Congress (Harry Reed, Nancy Pelosi); feckless neutered GOP Congress (Paul Ryan, John Boehner); Imperial Presidency of Executive Order Dictates (Bush '43, Obama, Biden); and a compromised reactionary activist Federal judiciary.
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No Jimmy Carter? ... I guess Reagan undid Carter's damage.

In my lifetime, the biggest threat to the Republic is a combination of authoritarian Dem Congress (Harry Reed, Nancy Pelosi); feckless neutered GOP Congress (Paul Ryan, John Boehner); Imperial Presidency of Executive Order Dictates (Bush '43, Obama, Biden); and a compromised reactionary activist Federal judiciary.

Good observation.  I made my list  based on damage incurred rather than incompetence. If it was on the latter, Jimmuh would have easily charted.
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