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Biden worries Trump's followers harm democracy.

In a speech Thursday evening in Philadelphia, President Biden offered his strongest denunciation yet of Republicans and their allegiance to his predecessor.

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He claimed they "thrive on instability" and warned their attempts to destroy democracy could lead to violence.

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Biden used the red-lit Independence Hall to call for a reckoning on the Trump movement.

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It was a forceful and urgent pitch to Americans months before congressional midterms. Biden's official address outlined his fall election message.

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Biden painted a bleak portrayal of his political opponents, claiming Trump and his followers endanger the American experiment.

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Within minutes of mounting the platform, he mentioned his predecessor and said Americans confront an existential choice.

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Biden: "Equality and democracy are under attack." "Pretending otherwise isn't helpful."

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Biden tried to divide Trump's loyalists from the GOP. He finished by suggesting voters can still rein in the nation's darker forces.

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Biden reportedly opted to speak to anti-democratic factions in the country, according to administration officials.

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They claim Biden was aiming for the far right. While the US Marine Band and two Marines appeared on TV, he encouraged his audience to go vote in November.

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