Former President Donald Trump started his first post-election Save America rally by criticizing his successor for a border crisis, critical race theory, and woke generals, calling the Biden administration “a complete and total catastrophe.”

“After just five months, the Biden administration is already a complete and total catastrophe. I told you,” Trump kicked off the rally on Saturday evening, June 26, at the Lorain County Fairgrounds, Wellington, Ohio.

Trump said that nobody has ever seen anything like what has happened for several months of the Biden era, with crime surging, murders soaring, police departments being gutted, illegal aliens overrunning their borders.

The former president said that President Joe Biden’s immigration policy has turned a perfect border into poor one, reports Newsmax.

“Our poor borders. They was so perfect. They were so good. Drug cartels and human traffickers are back in business like they’ve never been before. They’re doing numbers that they’ve never even thought possible. Just a few short months ago, drugs were way down, human trafficking was way down. It was all way down.”

“The illegal alien minors have arrived at our border, in many cases just wonderful kids. For the first time, they’re on suicide watch, all because of the stupid policy you’ve been watching for the last few months,” he said.

The former commander-in-chief slammed “woke generals,” targeting Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Mark Milley after the chief military adviser to President Biden defended critical race theory education in the armed forces.

“Critical race theory is being forced on our military,” Trump said of the current state of affairs under the new administration.

“Gas prices are spiking. Inflation is skyrocketing and China, Russia and Iran are humiliating our country. Joe Biden is destroying our nation right before our very own eyes,” he said.

Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the Lorain County Fairgrounds, Wellington, Ohio, on June 26, 2021. (Screenshot via TheBL/RSBN Youtube)

During the rally to campaign for the U.S. House candidate Max Miller, who competes against Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-Ohio), Trump vowed to help the Republican Party regain control of Congress next year.

“We’re going to take back the House. We’re going to take back the Senate. And we will take back America soon,” Trump told the crowd who then chanted, “four more years.”

“So you have to deliver massive majorities for Republicans in Congress next year—have to do it,” Trump continued.