Trump says as 'corrupt' Biden 'works to enrich himself, I work for the American people' in fierce Florida rally attack

Trump says as 'corrupt' Biden 'works to enrich himself, I work for the American people' in fierce Florida rally attack

PRESIDENT Trump slammed Joe Biden as a "LIAR" and a "corrupt politician" at a Florida rally in his first appearance since the final presidential debate.

Trump unleashed on his Democratic rival on Friday, as he spoke to supporters in The Villages, and Pensacola Florida in double rallies.

"Joe Biden uses his public office to enrich himself and his family," Trump claimed to supporters in Pensacola.

"I use my public office to bring jobs back to American workers."

Trump also attacked Biden as he referenced reports that the country was trying to interfere with the US elections to swing it in Biden's favor.

"Joe Biden is a corrupt politician, and he's compromised, fully compromised," Trump said, as reported by the Daily Mail.

"China is desperate for Biden to win. Because if Biden wins, China wins, and if China wins, China will own America, they will own," he said.

Trump also referenced recent allegations against the former VP and his son, Hunter, that the two were involved Chinese business deals, claiming Biden "sold our American workers.

On Thursday, Biden denied ever receiving money from foreign sources.

"I have not taken a penny from any foreign source at any point in my life," Biden insisted during the debate.

"I’ve not taken a single penny from any country whatsoever, ever," he added.

Trump hit at Biden as a "liar" when speaking in The Villages.

"He's a corrupt politician," Trump claimed.

"He’s a liar, he lies about everything.

He added: "This guy is either really stupid or he lies."

Trump slammed Biden's proposal to establish a public healthcare option, which would be offered alongside private insurance.

The president previously slammed the idea as "socialist."

The former VP, however, maintained he merely wants everyone to have options.

"It’s ridiculous," Biden said at Thursday's debate. "The fact that there’s a public option, that makes it a socialist option?"

"It would obliterate your medicare and social security," Trump claimed of Biden's proposal to supporters in The Village on Friday.

He later slammed Biden, saying: "He’s been such a failure at every level of government.

Trump also took hits at Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris.

"Kamala will not be your first female president," Trump vowed.

"It’s not the way it’s supposed to be."

"We’re not going to have a socialist president," he claimed. "Especially a female socialist president."

Despite Trump's claims that Biden and his Democratic platform have socialist elements, the former VP has maintained his philosophy that he's a "president for America."

Trump also blasted Biden's comments on his oil policy at last night's debate, saying it "could be one of the worst mistakes made in presidential debate history."

Biden had promised not to ban fracking – and said he favored transferring to other forms of clean forms of energy and finding ways to omit carbon emissions.

Trump also hit at Biden over coronavirus, just hours after Biden released a plan to beat Covid-19 – and a mock website on Trump's coronavirus plan.

Biden's coronavirus plan includes seven key steps – including plans for treatments and vaccines, mask mandates, personal protective equipment (PPE) access, and national guidance.

The mock website Biden's campaign created – called "" – leads to a page that reads "Not Found."

"The Trump plan to defeat the Coronavirus and reopen safely does not exist," the page says.

'This election is a choice between a Trump super recovery and Biden super depression," Trump claimed to supporters in Pensacola.

"It's a choice between a boom and a lockdown."

He continued to rant on his claim that Biden wants to shut down the country again.

"Joe Biden will delay the vaccine, prolong the pandemic, close your schools and shut down our country," he claimed. 

"Joe Biden's plan will crush Americans; my plan will crush the virus," he said, as reported by the Daily Mail.

"We're going to get back to normal windows where we were seven months ago," Trump said.

Supporters were seen packed together at Trump's rallies, with little social distancing.

Many people in the crowds were seen not wearing masks.

As Trump spoke to his supporters in The Village, one rally-goer appeared to flash a "white power" hand gesture.

The man was accused of holding up the "OK" sign that's become a symbol of white nationalism at least five times as Trump spoke.

Trump's appearance was the first since the final US presidential debate.

With just 11 days until the election, both candidates have hit the ground running in key battleground states.

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