He blamed President Joe Biden for "waging war on parents, war on family, war on faith, war on American values, and war on the American way of life" and taking orders from Progressive Squad members Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar in a long newsletter-like announcement.
"In one year, Biden has caused a border crisis, an energy crisis, an inflation crisis, a labor crisis, a supply chain crisis, and a violent crime crisis—all while pushing the most radical left-wing agenda in history," Trump's statement started.
The former President rattled off a range of popular anti-Biden mess-ups from the last 12 months. Trump accused his Democratic rival of 40-year high inflation, the wave of migrants at the southern border, alarming recent crime data, and the battle over Critical Race Theory in schools, among other matters.
"It took less than 12 months for Biden and the extremists in his party to turn it all into crisis, chaos, misery, and woe," he announced of the nation.
On environmental issues, Trump said Biden's more Progressive stance was "crushing American workers and families to appease radical left lunatics."
Biden's $1.75 trillion Build Back Better bill included billions of dollars for green energy initiatives like a Civilian Climate Corps and electric vehicle tax breaks, though its current version seems to be dead in the water after West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin announced he would vote against it, delivering a crushing blow to the President's agenda.
The $1.2 trillion infrastructure investment that was recently signed into law allocates billions toward building a nationwide network of EV chargers and funding for electric school buses.
Trump explained that Biden's gigantic spending and "infrastructure bills" double-down on this fringe agenda by investing hundreds of billions in the socialist GREEN NEW DEAL.
"Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm thinks the Biden energy crisis is FUNNY. Asked how Biden would address it, she declared, 'That is hilarious. Would that I had the magic wand on this'." Trump announced.
The former Michigan Governor raised eyebrows in November when she laughed in response to a question about her plan to increase U.S. oil output in an interview with Bloomberg.
Trump also denounced Transport Secretary Pete Buttigieg for taking paternity leave after the birth of his twins while bottlenecks were wreaking havoc across the global supply chain.