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Former President Trump backs obscene chant at huge re-election rally in New Jersey, calling Biden administration ‘s**t’ and calling NY AG Alvin Bragg ‘fat Alvin’


Donald Trump unleashed a barrage of obscene chants and insults during a massive re-election rally in New Jersey on Saturday, attended by nearly 100,000 people.

Trump, who has been stuck in a Manhattan criminal court for the past three weeks, appeared ready to unload and took aim at President Biden, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and the judge in his money laundering trial.

The demonstration was held in the Democratic stronghold of New Jersey, but tens of thousands of people appeared to turn out in the beach town of Wildwood, a conservative enclave in the otherwise blue state, 250 miles south of New York.

Trump called Bragg «fat Alvin» before describing the New York judge presiding over his trial, Juan Merchan, as «highly conflicted.»

He made accusations that both Bragg and Merchan were «doing the bidding» of President Biden, despite having no evidence to support the claim.

Former US President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends a campaign rally in Wildwood, New Jersey on Saturday

Trump gestures to the crowd during a campaign rally in Wildwood, New Jersey

Trump gestures to the crowd during a campaign rally in Wildwood, New Jersey

Trump delivered a fiery speech at a rally in New Jersey, criticizing Biden and Manhattan DA Bragg

Trump delivered a fiery speech at a rally in New Jersey, criticizing Biden and Manhattan DA Bragg

Trump, who has been jailed in Manhattan Criminal Court four days a week for the past three weeks, appeared ready to explain

Trump, who has been jailed in Manhattan Criminal Court four days a week for the past three weeks, appeared ready to explain

Trump held campaign rally as his money laundering trial took a weekend break

Trump held campaign rally as his money laundering trial took a weekend break

An estimated 80,000 to 100,000 people turned out to support Trump's return to the polls

An estimated 80,000 to 100,000 people turned out to support Trump’s return to the polls

The crowd was a sea of ​​red MAGA caps as supporters crowded the sands at Wildwood

The crowd was a sea of ​​red MAGA caps as supporters crowded the sands at Wildwood

A crowd listens as Trump, seen below right, speaks during a campaign rally in Wildwood

A crowd listens as Trump, seen below right, speaks during a campaign rally in Wildwood

The rally in Wildwood on the Jersey Shore drew tens of thousands of people

The rally in Wildwood on the Jersey Shore drew tens of thousands of people

Trump's return to the campaign trail comes at the end of another week spent holed up in a New York courtroom.

Trump’s return to the campaign trail comes at the end of another week spent holed up in a New York courtroom.

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The cover-up case was brought by local Manhattan prosecutors who do not work for the Justice Department or any White House office. The Justice Department said the White House had no involvement in the two criminal cases against Trump brought by special counsel Jack Smith.

A judge in the hush-hush case has already fined Trump $9,000 for violating his gag order and warned he could face jail time if he doesn’t comply.

The order does not include references to Judge Merchan or DA Bragg, who Trump said were «offering crooked Joe Biden.»

«Fat Alvin, corrupt guy,» Trump said bluntly.

Trump’s return to the campaign trail comes at the end of another week spent holed up in a New York City jail.

Trump currently faces 88 criminal charges in four separate indictments, which he had plenty to say during Saturday’s rally, noting how he was accused of ‘bulls***’.

“I was accused more than the great Alphonse Capone. Scarred face. Al Capone was so bad that if you went to dinner with him and he didn’t like you, you’d be dead the next morning. And I was accused more than him! Bulls***!’ Trump shouted.

This led to the crowd chanting the word ‘bulls***’ at him as he stood on stage.

Trump could be seen chuckling to himself as his supporters chanted and cursed at the same time.

He then went on to attack former Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump arrives to speak during a campaign rally in Wildwood

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump arrives to speak during a campaign rally in Wildwood

People gather outside a campaign rally for Trump in Wildwood, New Jersey on Saturday

People gather outside a Trump campaign rally in Wildwood, New Jersey on Saturday

Some people arrived early to get a spot on the sand, although they packed well

Some people arrived early to get a spot on the sand, although they packed well

«You can’t call him a fat pig,» Trump ordered the crowd, winking.

Then he turned his attention to the Biden administration with a quiet call and response.

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“Everything they touch turns into what?” Trump asked.

‘WITH***!’ the crowd responded enthusiastically.

«You can’t use the s*** word,» Trump said with a laugh.

Trump blasted the Democratic president as a «complete moron.»

«He’s crazy. He’s not a smart person,» Trump said of Biden. “I talk about him differently now because now the gloves are off.

Trump then returned to the biggest hits of his campaign rally when he talked about migrants coming to the US, describing their arrival as an «invasion» and vowing to «stop the looting, rape, murder and destruction of America’s suburbs, cities and towns.»

«We’re letting people come into our country, which is only going to be a problem,» Trump warned.

Trump, who will face Biden in the November election, has used increasingly violent rhetoric around the country’s migration crisis.

Just months ago, the Republican claimed that migrants were «poisoning the blood» of the United States, sparking a fierce backlash.

Biden’s campaign accused him of imitating the language of Hitler.

He went on to describe those who openly criticize him as «enemies from within are more dangerous to me than enemies from without» the country.

People gather outside a pro-Trump rally Saturday afternoon

People gather outside a pro-Trump rally Saturday afternoon

Although New Jersey is a reliably Democratic state, parts of the Garden State have deep red enclaves like Wildwood

Although New Jersey is a reliably Democratic state, parts of the Garden State have deep red enclaves like Wildwood

Tourists and summer home owners from neighboring Pennsylvania came to see Trump

Tourists and summer home owners from neighboring Pennsylvania came to see Trump

Artist Scott LoBaido, right, watches as crew members move his image of Trump

Artist Scott LoBaido, right, watches as crew members move his image of Trump

Anthony Pahopin wears an oversized Donald Trump hat before a campaign rally

Anthony Pahopin wears an oversized Donald Trump hat before a campaign rally

The rally seemed like a release for Trump, who has been forced to remain silent every day as he undergoes criminal proceedings, essentially preventing him from hitting the campaign trail.

Although Trump addresses the media at the end of each day as he leaves the courthouse, few supporters are present to hear his ramblings.

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But on Saturday night he was back in his element again, resonating with the assembled masses.

Although New Jersey is reliably Democratic, parts of the Garden State have deep red enclaves, and the southern shore in particular attracts tourists and summer home owners from neighboring Pennsylvania, a key swing state.

“Do I feel good with you? I love you,” he told the crowd.

Supporters were thrilled to see him as he had lined up since early morning, hours before he was due to take the stage.

Thousands of Trump loyalists donned «Never Surrender» T-shirts and red «Make America Great Again» hats as they crowded the sand between the boardwalk and carnival rides.

People gather outside a campaign rally at the Jersey Shore in Wildwood

People gather outside a campaign rally at the Jersey Shore in Wildwood

An estimated 100,000 people watched Trump's rally

An estimated 100,000 people watched Trump’s rally

Some sat in chairs on the sand while others made an afternoon of beach blankets

Some sat in chairs on the sand while others made an afternoon of beach blankets

People wait in line to attend a Trump campaign rally on Saturday

People wait in line to attend a Trump campaign rally on Saturday

Some sat in chairs on the sand, while others made an afternoon of it and brought beach blankets to sit on.

«Ordinary Americans are 100% behind him,» said Doreen O’Neill, a 62-year-old nurse from Philadelphia.

«They have to cheat him, smear him and humiliate him in that courtroom every day,» O’Neill said. “This country will go crazy if they steal the election again.

Lisa Fagan, spokeswoman for the city of Wildwood, said the estimated crowd was between 80,000 and 100,000 attendees.

Trump was joined on stage by several high-profile supporters, including North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, who is still listed as a registered sex offender after pleading guilty to sex abuse charges in New York in 2011 . and sponsoring an underage prostitute.



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