Donald Trump lashed out at attempts to “cancel” the Fourth of July at a Sarasota rally on Saturday, Florida.

According to conservative news network Newsmax, the ex-president vowed that the nation’s founders would not be “purged from history” or “canceled from our hearts” on the eve before the holiday.

Trump spoke to the crowd at Saturday’s “Save America” rally, “Tomorrow will be celebrated 245 years of glorious American Independence: It won’t be canceled,” he said.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump points to the media while speaking at the North Carolina GOP convention dinner in Greenville, North Carolina, U.S. June 5, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

He said, “We will teach our young people all across the country George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson.” John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and John Hancock will always be American heroes.

Trump claimed that Americans could “kiss away the American dream” if President Joe Biden or “radical Democrats” got their way.

Trump stated, “If Biden or the radical Democrats get your way, you can kiss all your suburbs and your fourth of July and your barbecue goodbye, and you will be able to say goodbye to the American dream.”

“The mission of all of us tonight is to preserve July 4, 1776’s legacy and defend liberty from the radical left movement seeking to demolish our heritage and destroy our beloved country.

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“In just five years, the Biden administration launched an all-out assault on everything that we cherish and value under Joe Biden’s leadership.”

Trump’s second rally in campaign style since his departure from office was Saturday. He is considering whether he will run for the presidency in 2024. Last month, the Ohio first took place.

After his company, Trump Organization, was indicted for tax-related charges, he used the opportunity to attack New York prosecutors.