Trump rips Biden on crime at Las Vegas rally, hints at 2024 run

'We are a failing nation' Trump Said

President Trump also paid tribute to former Japanese Prime Shinzo Abe, who was assassinated Friday

Former President Donald Trump used a rally in Las Vegas Friday night to criticize President Joe Biden and "lawlessness" that exists in cities across the country.

"We will not have a country left if this growing barbarism is not quickly reversed and stopped, the wave of lawbreaking must be immediately ended, and we must really get this crime wave ended immediately," Trump said.

"If we are going to make America great again, our first task is to make America safe again." Trump Added

Trump also blamed "everybody else" who "are afraid to be strong and sharp and tough and smart" as they "are always striving to be politically correct."

The former president then offered a blanket criticism of Democratic politicians as Democratic-controlled cities are seeing record-high crime rates.

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