Donald Trump’s Rhetoric: The Chinese Conspiracy Theory in the 2020 Election

Donald Trump used a speech from his luxury resort in Florida on Tuesday night to brag about the things he’s achieved in his four years in the White House.

He talked about national security, jobs, healthcare, and the friendships he’d made with leaders from Russia, Iran, and North Korea.

For most of the speech, Trump read from a teleprompter. But as he has so often during his presidency, Trump has gone off script.

At one point during the speech, the candidate for the Republican nomination invoked a conspiracy theory that CNN commentators pointed out wasn’t even talked about in the darkest corners of the internet.

Mr Trump told supporters that China “played a very active role” in the election that saw the former president ousted from America’s highest office.

“No president has ever asked or received a single dollar for our country from China until I came,” Trump said.

Many people believe that because of this China played a very active role in the 2020 elections.

Then he raised his palms and said, “Just say, just say. I’m sure that didn’t happen.”

Washington Post It reported at the beginning of November that the China-based operations “were secretly trying to influence US politics in the months leading up to this year’s midterm elections.”

They were doing it, and Mail reported, by “amplifying politically polarized topics” with approximately 2,000 user accounts, some of which were allegedly located in the United States.

In the run-up to the 2020 election, Trump has accused China of favoring Biden.

“Just in: Chinese state media and Chinese leaders want Biden to win the US election,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

But Politico reported that a national security official with knowledge of the intelligence said there was “no evidence of such a coordinated campaign to interfere with the election.”

Speaking in Florida, Trump officially announced that he is running for the White House for the third time.

“Ladies and gentlemen, the comeback of America begins now,” he said to cheers of “USA, USA.”

“Three years ago when I left office… our nation was at the pinnacle of strength and prestige. Step into the future, so confident and so strong.”

“Everyone was thriving like never before.”

Trump, 76, had predicted the move in recent weeks, telling his social media followers he would make an announcement soon, without providing further details.

Former President Joe Biden lost in 2020.

Presidential elections are scheduled for November 2024.

Mr. Trump raised his credentials and celebrated what he achieved as president.

China, Russia, Iran and North Korea were respected, they respected the United States and frankly they respected me. He said, “I know them very well.”

“The world was at peace. America was prosperous and our country was on the right path to an amazing future. Because I made great promises to the American people, and unlike other presidents, I kept my word.”

He said that the war in Ukraine “would not have happened if I were your president”.

It took less than 15 minutes to shoot Biden.

“We now have a president who sleeps at world conferences,” Mr. Trump said.

“Two years ago we were a great nation and soon we will be a great nation again.”

He said he believes the American people will “overwhelmingly reject” the left in the 2024 election.

“Are you ready? So am I.”

Dressed in a blue suit and red tie, Mr Trump said: “Tonight I will be announcing my candidacy for President of the United States.

Together, we will face the most corrupt forces imaginable. Our country is in a terrible state. We’re in big trouble.”

As Mr. Trump was speaking, Mr. Biden tweeted a 50-second video clip with the caption: “Donald Trump has failed America.”

Originally published as Donald Trump Suggests China Played ‘Very Active Role’ In Joe Biden’s Election Victory

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