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Although he made no announcement of his plans to run because of U.S. campaign laws, foreign affairs officer Jame Marlow told GB News that, given Mr. Trump’s testimony at his rally in Perry, Georgia, it seemed clear that a likely Joe Biden- Challenge is started.
Mr. Marlow said, “He was at a rally, he was in his element, he was having fun, thousands of people were listening.
“He looked like he was campaigning.”
Mr Marlow admitted that the rules and regulations do not allow the president to confirm or deny his campaign intentions, but added that he believes Trump “will do so”.
The comments follow a major rally by Mr Trump on Saturday where Mr Trump discussed three main issues that he claimed is devouring the United States: immigration, so-called “election fraud” and social media giants.
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Speaking at a crowded venue, Trump said, “Tens of thousands of illegal immigrants have overrun our borders in the past few days while laughing in the faces of border guards.
“And they hunt the riders of the horses, not the people who came in illegally? Is not that incredible? Most people would say they are doing a hell of a job, right!
He added, “One thing is for sure, this would never happen if I were your president.”
Mr Trump falsely claimed that he never gave up the 2020 US presidential election despite admitting defeat after Mr Biden’s victory.
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It comes after footage of mounted border guards appearing to be twisting leather whips, attacking and yelling at migrants as they attempt to drive a number of them away from the border.
US Border Protection chief Raul Ortiz told Reuters that the incident was being investigated to ensure law enforcement officials did not provide “unacceptable” responses.
He said the officials were in “a difficult environment” to keep migrants safe while searching for potential smugglers.
The chaos comes when an estimated 12,000 people camp under a bridge that connects the city of Del Rio, Texas, to Ciudad Acuna, Mexico. Many Haitians on the border fled their homes after the 2010 earthquake and found refuge in South America before heading to the US border.