Trump shares a post suggesting a “civil war”


Former president Donald Trump Shared a post about his social media platform that appears to be proposing or predicting a civil war in the United States

Truth Social users responded by proposing a “civil war” March 19th Tweet From Nayib Bukele, President of El Salvador. It was screen-grabbed by former Foxnation host Lala Logan and posted to Truth Social. Trump “refuted” his comments on the civil war.

“The most powerful countries in the world are declining rapidly, so we need to rethink the real reason,” Bukele’s tweet read. “Very big and powerful things can’t be destroyed so quickly unless the enemy comes from inside.”

Trump shared a post suggesting the United States

Trump shared a post suggesting the United States

Trump shared a post suggesting the US “Civil War.” (Photo: Truth Social)

Due to the widespread use of Twitter and hard-line immigration policies, Bukele called him “Mini playing cards“I have Had a tense relationship With the Biden administration. Authorities have expressed serious concern about his commitment to democracy.

His tweet is in response to a Bloomberg News article on rising inflation in the United States.

Attorney George Conway, one of Trump’s most prominent conservative critics, flagged the exchange on Twitter.

of Interview with CNN“They are afraid of him,” Conway said, so he is prepared to take the opposite view of Trump’s incendiary rhetoric.

“But they are also afraid of the increasingly radical Republican base,” he continued. “It actually believes that those who politically oppose them are a threat to the country and therefore may need violence to repel them. That’s what we post on this social media. I saw it in. “

“The suggestion is that somehow we are heading for a civil war, there should be a civil war, or something there should be. It’s absolutely horrifying.”

Trump’s actions have garnered criticism, including Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) And Erics Walwell (D-Calif.), One of Trump’s few Republican critics in Congress.

“Does any of my fellow Republicans want to speak up now?” Kinzinger tweeted. “Or do you just want to pass another election first …?”

Mr. Swalwell said Mr. Trump was not “enough” to fight the civil war he sought, referring to the former president. Drafted and avoided He did not join the protesters who encouraged him to march to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, because of the Vietnam War.

Some of those protesters continued to plunder the building to prevent Congressional recognition of the 2020 elections.

Following Trump’s continued attack on the US election system and the political violence it caused on January 6, the Institute for International Democracy and Election Support in Stockholm Listed in the United States Last year as a “retreat” democracy.

Barbara Walters, a member of the leading CIA advisory board and a political science expert, said: Warning in a book Last year, “no one wants to believe that their beloved democracy is declining or heading for war,” but the United States “entered a very dangerous territory.”

Some Republican executives Excited departmentThe far-right extremists and white supremacists have openly called for the words of civil war and parrots that have been used for many years.

This article was originally HuffPost It has been updated.

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