DECEMBER 9, 2022
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Trump Warns of "Bloodbath" if Not Re-elected, Stirs Controversy at Rally

Trump Warns of "Bloodbath" if Not Re-elected, Stirs Controversy at Rally

During a campaign rally in Ohio, former President Donald Trump issued a stark warning, stating that if he fails to win the November presidential elections, it could lead to a "bloodbath" in the United States. Trump's remarks, made in support of a Republican Senate candidate, Bernie Moreno, ahead of the state’s primary, also touched upon trade tensions with China.

Trump raised the specter of a potential trade war with China over auto manufacturing, threatening to impose a 100 percent tariff on cars manufactured in Mexico and sold in the US if he were re-elected. He warned of dire consequences if he were not to win, suggesting it could lead to turmoil beyond trade disputes.

In response to Trump's remarks, his campaign spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt defended his stance, attributing potential economic challenges to policies under President Joe Biden's administration.

However, the Biden campaign criticized Trump's rhetoric, labeling it as "threats of political violence." James Singer, a spokesperson for Biden's campaign, condemned Trump's comments, referencing the January 6 insurrection and characterizing Trump as an extremist who seeks to incite violence.

During the rally, Trump also addressed issues such as immigration and religion, making controversial statements about undocumented migrants and urging Catholics not to vote for Biden, whom he criticized for policies he perceives as anti-Catholic.

Trump's remarks come amidst a charged political atmosphere, with ongoing debates about electoral integrity and the legacy of the January 6 Capitol riot, further polarizing opinions on his candidacy.

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