Biden targets 'radical' Trump partners as fair danger in loaded political second

PHILADELPHIA, Sept 1 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden charged Republican partners of Donald Trump

with subverting the nation's majority rule government and encouraged citizens on Thursday to dismiss

 fanaticism in front of November's midterm races.

Biden charged administrators and others dedicated to the Make America Great Again (MAGA) plan drove by previous U.S. President Trump

 as able to upset popularity based decisions, disregard the "not entirely set in stone to take this nation in reverse" to a period without privileges to early termination, protection

contraception or same-sex marriage.

Donald Trump and MAGA Republicans address a radicalism that compromises the actual groundworks of our republic," Biden said.

As I stand here this evening, fairness and a majority rule government are under attack. We do ourselves no blessing to imagine in any case."