In his first rally since his Mar-a-Lago home was raided by the FBI, former President Donald Trump railed against President Joe Biden and the law enforcement agency Saturday in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

Trump called Biden "an enemy of the state" and said the FBI and the Justice Department had become "vicious monsters."

"The shameful raid and break-in of my home Mar-a-Lago was a travesty of justice," Trump said.

Trump slammed Biden over the president's recent speech in Philadelphia. Biden had spoke about gun control, the fate of democracy and how MAGA Republicans represent extremism.

"Joe Biden came to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to give the most vicious, hateful and divisive speech ever delivered by an American president ... He's an enemy of the state," Trump said in response to Biden's speech.

Pennsylvania remains a battleground state and has a U.S. Senate and governor race on the ballot in November.

"Two months from now the people of Pennsylvania are going to fire the radical left Democrats and you are going to elect Doug Mastriano as your next governor, and you are going to send my friend Oz, he is a great guy, to the U.S. Senate," Trump said.

"You're going to elect an amazing slate of true America-first Republicans to Congress," he added.

Trump has denied wrongdoing in the FBI raid of his Florida home. The FBI found dozens of empty folders marked as classified, as well as top secret files in his personal office.