TRUMP ONLY NEEDS ‘SIX MONTHS’ TO FIX AMERICA, NOT EIGHT YEARS
During this week’s campaigning in the wonderful state of Iowa, President Trump showed off his ability to lead and his track record as president. He ripped into his top Republican rival during meetings with Iowa voters and a Thursday night Fox News town hall.
At a Team Trump volunteer training event in Des Moines, where he made a surprise appearance, Trump first claimed that he could fix the nation in “six months.”
By adding, “If you have to rely on someone who needs eight years to solve it, then he’s the WRONG man,” he took a dig at Republican presidential candidate and Florida governor Ron DeSantis.
At DeSantis’ campaign launch on Tuesday night, the governor made some remarks to which the president was responding.
It actually does require two terms as president to be able to finish this task, DeSantis said, according to The Hill. Because of how deeply ingrained the bureaucracy is, I believe we can reinstate George Washington. And I doubt he could make it right in just one four-year tenure.
During his town hall meeting with Sean Hannity on Thursday night, President Trump reiterated his position that he didn’t need eight years to restore the country.
You don’t require either four or eight years, he remarked. “Six months are necessary. I said within six months… This is feasible; let’s drill and see.
We’ll take care of things, he continued.
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On the same week that Gov. DeSantis chose to launch his own campaign kickoff in the same city, Trump went head-to-head meeting with people in the Des Moines area. His interview on Fox News on Thursday brought to a close a busy two days of campaigning for the 45th president.