calls himself a 'political dissident' being persecuted by a 'Biden ... trends now

calls himself a 'political dissident' being persecuted by a 'Biden ... trends now
Trump calls himself a 'political dissident' being persecuted by a 'Biden ... trends now

Trump calls himself a 'political dissident' being persecuted by a 'Biden ... trends now

Donald Trump: Developer, property mogul, billionaire, former president, defendant, Republican frontrunner and now 'dissident.' 

He gave himself the new title on Saturday as he set out his nightmare vision of what a second Biden term would look like. 

It is part of what aides say is a pivot to attacking President Joe Biden while Nikki Haley, his last remaining rival in the Republican nomination race, is heading to certain defeat in her home state of South Carolina, later on Saturday.

'A vote for Trump is your ticket back to freedom. It's your passport out of tyranny, and it's your only escape from Joe Biden and his gang's fast track to hell,' he told a crowd of adoring fans at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held just outside Washington D.C.

'I stand before you today not only as your past and hopefully future president as a proud political dissident. I am a dissident.' 

Former President Donald Trump described himself as a 'dissident' as he set out his nightmare vision of what a second Biden term would look like on Saturday at a gathering of conservatives

Former President Donald Trump described himself as a 'dissident' as he set out his nightmare vision of what a second Biden term would look like on Saturday at a gathering of conservatives

Trump, who faces four criminal trials, last week compared himself with Alexei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader who died in a Siberian penal colony.

It may sound outlandish, but the idea has gained traction with supporters who refer people imprisoned for their role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol as 'political hostages,' and who believe Trump is being victimized by a 'weaponized' Department of Justice.

On Saturday, Trump riffed on that theme and said a Biden win in November would usher in millions more migrants and increased crime on the streets. 

'Four years ago I told you that if crooked Joe Biden got to the White House our borders would be abolished,' he said. 'Our middle class would be decimated, our communities would be plagued by bloodshed chaos and violent crime. 

'We were right about everything. 

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