Trump claims US was unified under his presidency before Covid: ‘Everybody was happy’

Donald Trump said “everyone was happy” under his presidency before the coronavirus pandemic hit.

Speaking at a campaign event in Las Vegas on Friday night, the former president said the Biden administration allowed a “deadly wave of anarchy…to sweep the country” while painting a much bigger picture. rose of his own mandate.

“We need to stop fighting each other and come together. This happened during the greatest period, I believe, in the history of our country in many ways. Just before Covid arrived from China,” he said.

“It can happen again. We were more united just before that, everyone was happy.

Trump made the remarks during a crime and safety panel with Republican Nevada gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo and Senate candidate Adam Laxalt.

In a typically free speech, Mr Trump claimed that “civilization itself is now under siege” and that the United States has been “brought to its knees”.

Mr Trump also said his former lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was being treated for a heart condition in hospital which he said was the result of what the political left had “put him through”.

Mr Lombardo won the Republican primary last month and aims to unseat incumbent Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak in November.

Mr. Laxalt will face Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto in a crucial race for the Senate.

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