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Donald Trump Threatens “It’s Gonna Be a Bloodbath for the Country” if He Loses Election Bid

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Former President Donald Trump was slated to make a guest appearance at a campaign rally for Ohio Senate candidate Bernie Moreno.

However, Trump’s address veered into dire warnings of a “bloodbath” for the nation should he not emerge victorious in the 2024 general election.

Trump also criticized the electric vehicle industry for manufacturing cars overseas. Also, he used derogatory language to describe immigrants living in the country illegally.

“We’re gonna put a 100% tariff on every single car that comes across the line, and you’re not gonna be able to sell those guys if I get elected,” Trump said at Saturday’s event while criticizing overseas manufacturing production.

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“Now, if I don’t get elected, it’s gonna be a bloodbath for the whole … that’s gonna be the least of it, it’s gonna be a bloodbath for the country, that’ll be the least of it.”

Trump’s campaign has refuted suggestions that his remarks implied a threat of violence across the nation if he fails to secure re-election in 2024. Instead, they assert that Trump was referring to the potential demise of the auto industry.

This clarification comes amidst controversy over Trump’s comments during a campaign rally for Ohio Senate candidate Bernie Moreno.

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“Joe Biden’s Insane E.V. Mandate will slaughter the American auto industry,” senior Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller posted on X. “So many jobs killed! That’s why we have to elect President Trump.”

President Biden’s campaign swiftly capitalized on Trump’s remarks, pointing out his history of praising authoritarian figures.

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They emphasized Trump’s habit of commencing rallies with patriotic gestures, juxtaposed with music from the “J6 Prison Choir,” alluding to the January 6 Capitol riot.

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“This is who Donald Trump is,” Biden-Harris spokesperson James Singer said in a statement Saturday night.

“He wants another January 6, but the American people are going to give him another electoral defeat this November because they continue to reject his extremism, his affection for violence, and his thirst for revenge.”

Later, as Trump was mounting the stakes of the November election, he argued, “I don’t think you’re going to have another election in this country, if we don’t win this election … certainly not an election that’s meaningful.”

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At the Saturday rally, Trump made inflammatory remarks about unauthorized immigrants. He suggests some are “not human” and insinuates that other countries release criminals into the United States.

He specifically targeted prisoners and gang members, accusing other nations of sending them across the border. Trump acknowledged that Democrats would likely criticize his rhetoric as lacking humanity but proceeded to use disparaging language nonetheless.

Trump has consistently employed derogatory language when discussing immigrants entering the U.S. without authorization.

He has referred to them as “animals” and claimed they are “poisoning the blood of our country.” These remarks echo the rhetoric of historical fascist leaders like Adolf Hitler.

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