He vowed to "crush" him in the upcoming elections

Trump warns of chaos if Biden is re-elected president of America

Trump mediates a number of Republican leaders in New Hampshire. EBA

Former President of the United States, Donald Trump, vowed to "crush" incumbent President Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential elections, warning in the first leg of his election campaign that the United States would slide into "chaos" if Biden is re-elected.

Trump gave a speech at a Manchester hotel in New Hampshire, despite the accumulation of legal problems weighing on him, especially with a writer accusing Trump of raping her testifying for the second time in a civil court in New York.

"The choice in this election is now between strength or weakness, success or failure, safety or chaos, peace or war, prosperity or disaster," Trump told hundreds of supporters.

"We are living in disaster, with your vote in November 2024, we will crush Joe Biden at the ballot box, and we will complete what we have not finished," he added.

It was Trump's first appearance since January in the so-called granite state of Granite, which secured his victory in the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 after a poor start in Iowa.

Biden, 80, announced on Tuesday that he is officially running for a second term in the 2024 election, in which he could face Trump again.

Many top Republicans warn that Trump, 76, will lose for a second time, after Republicans' poor performance in the 2020 election and the last two midterm elections.

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, who is considering running for president, told NBC that "Republicans want someone who has the potential to win in November 2024. Donald Trump is a loser."

Nine Senate Republicans backed Trump, but others warned that prosecutions involving the former president could dash their hopes of regaining control of the Senate from Democrats next year.

Trump is on trial in New York for the rape of journalist and writer Jane Carroll in the mid-nineties of the last century, as the latter accuses him of luring her to a fitting room in the Bergdorf Goodman store in New York, but his lawyer strongly denies this.

Trump also faces possible indictments by the Justice Department and Georgian prosecutors in cases related to his attempt to oust the 2020 election and his retention of government documents.

In the polls, however, Trump maintained a sustained double-digit lead in the Republican primary, far ahead of his closest rival, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, whom he described in his speech in New Hampshire as "crashing and burning."

Trump, who denies all the accusations against him, angrily denounced his "prosecution" and told his supporters that he would withdraw the nickname "Crooked" he gave to Hillary Clinton, his former rival, to call Biden in the next election.

Donald Trump: "We are living in a catastrophe. The choice will be between strength or weakness and peace or war."