President Donald Trump: No President ‘So Crooked or Dishonest as Joe Biden’

Joking that he will retire the nickname “Crooked” Hillary Clinton, former President Trump said at his campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, Thursday that the moniker now belongs to President Joe Biden.

“I’m going to retire the name ‘crooked’ so that we can use the name for Joe Biden because he’ll be known from now on as Crooked Joe Biden,” said Trump to participants at his Make American Great Again rally.

“There’s never been anyone in the history of American politics so crooked or dishonest as Joe Biden, and the press absolutely refuses to report it — all that press back there. Because, frankly, they are just as crooked as he is.”

The former president mocked Biden for failing to deliver his campaign announcement live.

“On Tuesday, Joe Biden officially announced that he will seek four more disastrous years,” said Trump.

“The choice of this election is now between strength and weakness, between success or failure, between safety or anarchy, between peace or conflict, and prosperity or catastrophe,” continued Trump at the indoor rally. “We are living in a catastrophe.”

“With your vote on Nov. 5, 2024, we’re going to crush Joe Biden.”

“And the White House, that gorgeous, beautiful White House, we have to take it back. We’re going to beat him at the ballot box, so we’re going to settle our unfinished business.”

“As I promised you and you know, from the beginning, I fought to protect and defend New Hampshire’s beloved First in the Nation primary, and you’ve got it,” continued Trump. “You’ve got it.”

“And next year, we’re going to make history together when we win the New Hampshire primary for the third straight time. We’ve had a lot of success here today,” said Trump.

The former president hailed the endorsement of over 50 New Hampshire lawmakers.

“These are endorsements,” he said. “How good is this?”

Former President Trump said he would take questions after the speech while mocking Biden recently using a cheat sheet listing the questions the media would ask him.

“They never did that with me in the White House, I can tell you,” joked Trump.

The former president blasted Biden and contrasted their administration’s success versus failures and policies.

“Joe Biden cares only about enriching his own family; I care about enriching your family and you,” Trump said to the crowd. “A Biden victory will be bad for you, good for China, and truly great for these globalists. We’ve got a lot of globalists.”

“A Trump victory will be bad for the globalist, the RINOs, the communists, the Marxist, but it will be great for the hard-working people of New Hampshire,” he continued.

The crowd is pro-Trump and cat-called him, saying, “We love you,” and prompting the former president to respond — “And I love you, too: That’s why I’m doing this,” said Trump. “I had a nice life. I had a nice life. I didn’t have to go before grand juries.”

Trump continued, joking about Biden’s weaponization against political opposition, “Every time I fly over a state if I fly over a state that happens to be Democrat-run, they send me a subpoena to go before a grand jury. These people are sick. They’re weaponizing that stuff.”

Trump issued his oft-repeated warning at the rally.

“But in the end, they’re not coming after me; they’re coming after you, and I’m just standing in their way,” Trump said. “I’m just standing. I will always stand in their way.”

“But we can’t let that happen because that’s going to a lower level even than what happened in 2020,” said the former president.

Trump criticized local prosecutors

Trump lamented local prosecutors for “persecuting conservatives,” as crime endangers the lives of law-abiding Americans and continues to rage in the streets.

“These Democrat-run cities are going to hell,” said Trump. “The whole world is watching. But these policies are incredible.”

“The people that run our country are stupid people,” Trump added while denouncing the open-border, soft-on-crime Biden administration that allows threats worldwide to erupt to the verge of nuclear war.

“Standing before you today, I am the only candidate who can make this promise: I will prevent World War III,” concluded Trump. “I promise.”