Trump says Biden ‘stuttered’ through January 6 speech and couldn’t even ‘READ’ ‘d-d-democracy’: Rips president for his ‘pathetic fearmongering’ and insists HE is the ‘real’ threat to America

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Written By Maya Cantina
  • Ex-President Donald Trump said President Joe Biden was ‘stuttering’ through a speech Friday in which he warned Americans about a second Trump term 
  • In Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Biden called Trump ‘sick’ and a ‘loser’ and said ‘we nearly lost America’ on January 6 
  • At a campaign event in Iowa, Trump slapped back and said that Biden couldn’t even pronounce ‘d-d-democracy’

Former President Donald Trump slapped back at President Joe Biden during a rally in Iowa late Friday afternoon mocking the president for ‘stuttering’ through a speech in which he warned Americans about the dangers of a second Trump term. 

Trump called out Biden for hosting a ‘pathetic fearmongering campaign event,’ which the president did to mark the approaching anniversary of the January 6 Capitol attack.

In his speech in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Biden called Trump ‘sick’ and a ‘loser’ and said ‘we nearly lost America’ three years before. 

‘Did you see him? He was stuttering through the whole thing,’ Trump said in response. ‘He’s going bah bah bah he’s a threat to democracy. They’ve weaponized government. He’s saying I’m a threat to democracy.’ 

‘He’s a threat to d-d-democracy,’ Trump continued, pretending to stutter. ‘He couldn’t read the word.’ 

Former President Donald Trump slapped back at President Joe Biden during a rally in Iowa late Friday afternoon mocking the president for ‘stuttering’ through a speech in which he warned Americans about the dangers of a second Trump term

President Joe Biden made an appearance Friday in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania and warned Americans about the dangers former President Donald Trump represented, calling the Republican 'sick' and a 'loser'

President Joe Biden made an appearance Friday in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania and warned Americans about the dangers former President Donald Trump represented, calling the Republican ‘sick’ and a ‘loser’ 

The ex-president also preemptively lashed out to reporters in the room, suggesting they would mischaracterize his jabs. 

‘You know how bad the press is?’ Trump asked. ‘You know what they do? They take me saying that, like that, and they say “Trump couldn’t say the word democracy – look!”

During his hour and 45 minute appearance in Sioux Center, Iowa – his first of two back-to-back Friday night rallies – Trump also lambasted New York Attorney General Letitia James’ updated total she wants the ex-president to pay in his civil trial.

The Democratic New York attorney general on Friday asked the judge in the case to have Trump pay $370 million – up from $250 million – which she said he gained due to unlawful conduct. 

‘So if you don’t mind, I was a little bit angry when I walked in. Did you notice the anger? Maybe not. But the corrupt AG wants $370 million for a fee for what I did and I did nothing wrong. Nothing,’ Trump said. ‘This is weaponization at a level that nobody’s ever seen.’ 

Later, at his second rally in Mason City, Iowa, Trump picked on James again, but this time called her a ‘big slob in New York.’  

The ex-president also spoke about the Supreme Court’s decision to take up the Colorado Supreme Court case in which a Democratic-leaning panel pushed him off the 2024 ballot due to the 14th Amendment’s ‘insurrectionist’ clause. 

Trump suggested he feared that the Supreme Court could actually rule against him because pundits have pushed that he ‘owns’ the high court, as he appointed three of the nine current justices. 

Former President Donald Trump signs a hat for a supporter after his remarks wrapped up at his second Iowa rally Friday night, this one in Mason City, Iowa

Former President Donald Trump signs a hat for a supporter after his remarks wrapped up at his second Iowa rally Friday night, this one in Mason City, Iowa 

‘If they rule in his favor it will be horrible for them and we’ll protest at their houses,’ Trump said, quoting a pundit on ‘DeFace the Nation.’ 

‘And that puts pressure on people to do the wrong thing,’ Trump said. 

‘I just hope we get fair treatment because if we don’t our country is in big, big trouble,’ the ex-president added. 

Trump also acknowledged Thursday’s school shooting in Iowa at the top of his Sioux Center remarks.  

‘Before going further I want to send our support and our deepest sympathies to the victims and families touched by the terrible school shooting in Perry, Iowa,’ he said. ‘To the entire community we love you, we pray for you and we ask God to heal and comfort really the whole state in the pain, in the pain that you have it’s just something you have that’s very unique to your state.’

He said he was with the families and victims ‘as much as anybody can be.’ 

‘So surprising to see it here,’ he added. ‘But we have to get over it, have to move forward.’ 

Despite being 30-plus points ahead of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former U.N. Amb. Nikki Haley in Iowa ahead of the January 15 caucuses, Trump was leaving nothing to chance, with plans to headline two Hawkeye State rallies on Saturday and several next weekend as well. 

Trump pointed out to his Mason City crowd that it was Friday night and so most in the audience had the day off tomorrow.

‘You know what I have to do, I have to make speeches in Iowa tomorrow. I have to go to work,’ Trump said. ‘Oh I could be home in one of those beautiful places, no, but I have to.’  

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