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Former President Donald Trump sparked hysterical laughter from a rally crowd in Nevada on Saturday night when he showed attendees a video compilation of gaffes committed by President Joe Biden.
The ‘gaffe highlight reel,’ so to speak, contained a voiceover that said, “Let’s Get Ready To Bumble!” — and featured many of Biden’s most humiliating moments. “Trump is roasting Joe Biden with a supercut of his gaffes at his rally,” noted conservative commentator Benny Johnson on Twitter in a post containing the video compilation.
Trump was in Nevada to campaign on behalf of Republican candidates for office including Adam Lexalt, who is challenging incumbent Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto; and Joe Lombardo, the sheriff of Clark County — which is home to Las Vegas — who is challenging incumbent Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak.
“Catherine Cortez Masto and the democrat extremists will flood the country with tens of millions more illegal aliens, what they’re doing to this country, they have no idea where they’re from, who they are, where the anything about it, 129 different countries, people representing them poured into our country last month, 129 most people didn’t know we had so many countries,” Trump said during his speech.
“Think of it, They rammed through mass amnesty and give illegal aliens, welfare, free health care — far more than we give our military vets. And far more than we give to our very own citizens…are getting more than our citizens are getting,” he continued.
Trump is roasting Joe Biden with a supercut of his gaffes at his rally 😂
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) October 9, 2022
“And now many of them get to stay in luxury hotels. Isn’t that nice? They will abolish the filibuster pack the Supreme Court…It’s also the appalling misconduct by the incompetent New York state attorney general. She’s grossly incompetent who doesn’t care about record numbers of murders that are taking place in New York, rapes, drug deals and every other form of crime but only spends her time in getting elected,” Trump noted further. “’Let’s go after Trump. That’s good for the polls.’ I don’t even think it is good because she’s actually down in the polls. She’s losing. Let’s see what happens.”
“The state has been so great to me, and we love Nevada back In your great state with thousands of proud, hardworking American Patriots,” the former president added. “Thirty-one days from now the people of Nevada are going to fire your radical Democrat. Governor Steve Sisolak, a radical left.
“You’re going to defeat your extreme left-wing senator, not respected at all. In Washington D.C., Catherine Cortez Masto hasn’t done a thing on the border, hasn’t done a thing.”
“You’re going to send Joe Lombardo to the governor’s mansion and you’re going to send adam Laxalt to the US Senate and you’re going to elect an incredible slate of true America first republicans up and down the ballot and we are going to end crazy Nancy Pelosi’s political career,” Trump said. “She is crazy And she is really bad for our country to under Democrat rule.
“The price of gas in Nevada is up 100 percent from the days of the Trump administration Two years ago. Think of it two years ago,” Trump said, also tearing into three former presidents and President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice at his most recent rally.
“This is a new hoax: the document hoax. Just look at how every other president has been treated when they left office. Very interesting. They’ve been given all the time needed [to return documents] — because you’re supposed to have as much time as you need — and complete deference when it came to their documents and their papers. ‘Take as much as you need,’” he said.
“Barack Hussein Obama moved more than 20 truckloads, over 33 million pages of documents, both classified and unclassified, to a poorly built and unsafe former furniture store located in a bad neighborhood in Chicago. With no security, by the way,” he said.
Trump also lashed out at former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and even George H. W. Bush, all of whom he said also took with them “millions” of documents when they left office.