TRUMP MAKES 2024 PLEDGE TO END ‘THE REIGN OF THE CORRUPT WASHINGTON ESTABLISHMENT’
In the great state of Iowa on Monday night, President Trump made a compelling argument for a presidency in 2024, demonstrating the tenacity with which, if reelected, he would lead Washington, D.C.
The last fight will take place in 2024, he declared. “If you reinstall me in the White House, the corrupt Washington establishment’s rule will end.”
“When I went there [D.C.], I didn’t know a lot of people,” Trump added. In certain cases, I had to rely on RINOs and other people to offer me advice, but I now know all of them. We all know them; I know the nice ones, I know the nasty ones, I know the weak ones, and I know the strong ones. And America will once again be a free country. With your help and the support of these caucuses, we’re going to finish the job and accomplish our goal.
The 45th president visited Davenport, Iowa, on Monday to address worried parents and farmers about the state of the country. He touched on numerous key themes from his suggested presidential platform for 2024, with a focus on agriculture and education in particular.
He assured the audience that his administration consistently prioritized the concerns of American citizens. He said, “We put workers first, we put farmers first, and most importantly, we put America first.
Additionally, he vowed to “delete every Biden policy that is brutalizing our farmers – every single one of them – within hours of my inauguration.”
Additionally, President Trump pledged to restore “parental rights into our educational system” and promised to remove federal funds from institutions that imposed vaccine or mask requirements on K–12 students as part of his efforts to revitalize American public education.
He promised parents: “I will not donate one penny to any school that has a vaccine mandate or a mask mandate from kindergarten through college.” The audience erupted in applause.