Trump embraces ‘bloodbath’ remark in Michigan to attack Biden on border


Former President Trump on Tuesday embraced the term “bloodbath” as he put the spotlight on President Biden’s handling of the border during a visit to Michigan.

Trump, making his first trip to the battleground state since February, painted a bleak picture of a country overrun by migrants under Biden’s leadership and vowed to crack down on the border immediately upon taking office if reelected. In doing so, he utilized a phrase that landed him in hot water just a few weeks ago.

“I stand before you today to declare that Joe Biden’s border bloodbath, and that’s what it is, it’s a bloodbath,” Trump said in remarks from Grand Rapids. 

“They tried to use that term incorrectly on me two weeks ago. You know, it’s all about misinformation,” he added. “But it’s a border bloodbath, and it’s destroying our country and it’s a very bad thing happening. It’s going to end on the day that I take office.”

Trump stood behind a placard that read “Stop Biden’s Border Bloodbath” and was surrounded by members of law enforcement.

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