Trump electrifies Pennsylvania rally, vows to mass deport illegal aliens let in by Biden
Former president also suggests Congress stop aid to Ukraine, investigate Biden corruption.
Far ahead in the polls, former President Donald Trump electrified a rally Saturday night in Pennsylvania, vowing to mass deport illegal aliens that have been allowed into the country by his successor Joe Biden.
“We will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history,” Trump told a packed crowd in Erie, where he rattled off a series of heinous crimes carried out by illegal aliens during the Biden years.
The 45th president, seeking a second term in 2024, also urged Congress to pursue impeachment proceedings against Biden for his family’s foreign business deals, and suggesting the current president’s support of the war in Ukraine may have been influenced by the millions of dollars his family received in that country.
“Joe Biden is the most corrupt president in American history," Trump said. "The Bidens' colossal scams, money laundering, and criminality make Hillary Clinton look like a very beautiful angel."
"Joe Biden is compromised. He's dragging us into a global conflict on behalf of the very same country, Ukraine, that apparently paid his family all of these millions of dollars."
“In light of this information, the U.S. Congress should refuse to authorize a single additional payment of our depleted stockpiles," he added.