One year after Capitol Hill violence and unrest, Donald Trump former US President still believes that Biden won the presidency in a rigged and invalid election and accused the US President of destroying the US.

Iran PressAmerica: The war of words between US President Joe Biden and his predecessor, Donald Trump, reached the climax on the first anniversary of the Capitol riot on Thursday.

After Biden accused Trump of spreading a web of lies on the result of the 2020 election in his speech at the Capitol to mark the violence, Trump hit back at Biden.

A mob of former President Donald Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021, as Congress was meeting to certify Joe Biden's election victory.

Five people died in the ensuing violence, Trump was later impeached for "incitement of insurrection," and more than 725 people have since been charged about the attempt to undermine a democratic transition of power.

Trump continued to attack the legal validity of the election, saying the Democrats had "tried to stop the peaceful transfer with a rigged the election."

Trump reiterated his allegation that "Big Tech" - referring to major technology companies such as Facebook and Twitter- was "used illegally" in the election.

Trump alleged ballots were sold in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Wisconsin—all states that Biden won.

"America is suffering because of Biden with poisonous Borders, record Inflation, a humiliating surrender in Afghanistan, $5 a gallon gas and higher, empty stock shelves, and rampant crime", Trump said.

"America is a laughingstock stock of the world, and it's all because of the real insurrection, which took place on November 3," Trump added.

Trump accused Biden of "destroying" the US with his open borders and energy policies.

"This political theater is all just a distraction for the fact Biden has completely and totally failed. Our Country no longer has Borders, has totally and completely lost control of COVID (record numbers!), is no longer Energy Independent, Inflation is rampant, our Military is in chaos, and our exit, or surrender, from Afghanistan was perhaps the most embarrassing day in the long and distinguished history of the United States," Trump said.

Trump argued everything Biden touches "turns to failure." "That's what you get when you have a rigged Election," the former US president said.


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