Trump warns Biden could bring US to point of no return, puts out ad saying Joe ...

Trump warns Biden could bring US to point of no return, puts out ad saying Joe ...
Trump warns Biden could bring US to point of no return, puts out ad saying Joe ...

Donald Trump shared some harsh words for President Joe Biden in a Saturday night interview, claiming his Democratic rival will take the United States to 'a point where the country can’t come back.'

He continued hammering the 79-year-old commander-in-chief on Sunday when he released a new ad claiming 'Joe Biden stole Christmas.'

It comes as Biden grapples with a supply chain crisis and record inflation leading to empty shelves and high prices for frustrated Americans going into the holiday season.

'This country has tremendous potential, tremendous, but we’re giving it away, and there’ll be a point where the country can’t come back, and we can never allow that point to be reached,' Trump, 75, told Fox News.

He was speaking to host Mark Levin to promote his new picture-heavy coffee table book Our Journey Together, filled with images from his four years in the White House. The $75 book goes on sale December 7. 

Trump lashed out at Biden in an interview on Fox on Saturday night, pointing out that even former Obama officials criticized his handling of the economy

Trump lashed out at Biden in an interview on Fox on Saturday night, pointing out that even former Obama officials criticized his handling of the economy

He was on television promoting his new coffee table book Our Journey Together, filled with pictures from his time in office

He was on television promoting his new coffee table book Our Journey Together, filled with pictures from his time in office

But during the interview Trump spent much of his time criticizing Biden and his policies, including the $1.75 trillion social and climate reform package Democrats are trying to pass in the Senate.

He claimed, seemingly out of the blue, that even Biden's former boss is displeased. 

'I noticed the other day where Obama said "this is very dangerous" all of these - you know, what they've done. It's too much for him,' Trump said. 

It's not clear what he was referring to - though a number of former Obama administration officials have spoken out about some aspects of Biden's presidency, the popular Democrat has expressed nothing but support for his ex-vice president.

But recently Obama's former economic adviser Larry Summers said Biden was 'behind the curve' and speeding on a 'downhill

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