Trump mocked new video claiming US was heading ‘to oblivion’ unless he becomes president again
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Trump mocked new video claiming US was heading ‘to oblivion’ unless he becomes president again

Donald Trump has been mocked for releasing a video claiming America is “doomed” and heading “towards oblivion” if he is not re-elected president.

Mr. Trump has already announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president in 2024, despite the series of investigations and possible criminal charges he faces.

But that didn’t stop him from predicting a bleak future for the country unless he returns to the Oval Office a second time.

“The Third World War looms like never before in a very dark and troubled context. » Mr. Trump said in a new campaign video.

“A lack of leadership is solely responsible for this unprecedented danger to our great United States, as well as to the world itself.

“Joe Biden is hopelessly dragging us into oblivion, we cannot let this happen. We must take back the White House or our country is doomed. Thank you so much.”

Mr. Trump was quickly mocked on Twitter for the pessimistic claims he made in the dimly lit video.

“Trump says if we don’t elect him president, we’ll all die,” Ron Filipowski tweeted.

“…I’ll take the risk,” replied comedian Jay Black.

And another Twitter user added: “Ironically, in the entirety of my adult life, the only time I have felt legitimately unsafe by a president was during his administration. »

“Red Faced Man ranting nonsense in a dark room,” another user tweeted.