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Trump’s Language Increasingly Aggressive When Describing Possible Second Term

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Donald Trump’s aggressive language hints at a potentially vengeful second term if he returns to the White House.

He has made it clear that going after his critics, including President Joe Biden, is a priority.

Trump faces criminal indictments and insists he is a victim of political persecution. (Trending: Two Names Emerge As Trump’s Possible 2024 Running Mate)

His opponents warn that his rhetoric should be taken seriously, given its potential impact.

“In 2016, I declared: I am your voice. Today, I add: I am your warrior. I am your justice,” Trump said in March of 2023.

“And for those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution,” he added.

“I will appoint a real special prosecutor to go after the most corrupt president in the history of the United States of America, Joe Biden, the entire Biden crime family,” Trump stated in summer of 2023.

“I will totally obliterate the deep state, and we know who they are,” he said.

“We pledge to you that we will root out the communists, Marxists, fascists and the radical left thugs that live like vermin within the confines of our country that lie and steal and cheat on elections,” Trump said in fall of 2023.

Trump has also expressed controversial views on immigration, trade, and foreign policy, including reinstating a travel ban and imposing tariffs.

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