THOUSANDS CHEER WHEN PRESIDENT TRUMP SAYS HE ‘MAY JUST HAVE TO RUN AGAIN IN 2024
President Donald Trump received a standing ovation from thousands of Trump supporters Saturday night at a rally called Puck House Set America in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.
In 2024, the president teased the race, telling the nation’s citizens, “We’re leading in record numbers, so I might have to do it again.”
The audience burst into cheers and cheers and started jumping, and also showed their support for Trump’s 2024 presidential run.
Citizens are keen to hear directly from the 45th President about the unprecedented raid on their homes in August.
Trump’s appearance in Pennsylvania was a welcome sight for MAGA voters and conservatives.
“Republicans need to be tough and strong, and fast,” he reminded voters.
Trump reflects on the administration’s bold economic achievements and talks about what’s good for the country: “We’ve given you the biggest tax cuts and regulatory cuts in American history.
Trump touched on everything from the nature of his administration’s impressive achievements to a divisive Thursday night speech attacking the movement at MAG.
On the other hand, he said, Democrats “passed one of the biggest tax increases in American history.” He denounced the 87,000 new and armed IRS agents inserted into the Inflation Reduction Act. “It’s like an army,” he remarked
Pennsylvania GOP Senate nominee Mehmet Oz and gubernatorial nominee Doug Mastriano encouraged Trump to vote ahead of the November midterm elections.
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