August 7, 2022

Trump fires up massive crowd during a ‘Save America’ rally in Arizona

During one of his signature “Save America” rallies, held in Prescott Valley, Arizona, over the weekend, former President Donald Trump fired up the massive crowd with a few key endorsements and a heavy dose of criticism aimed at the Biden administration.

According to the Daily Caller, Trump announced his support for Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Republican U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters. The former president started dropping bombs on everything from the Jan. 6 House committee to the Biden admin completely taking America off the tracks.

“Where does it stop? Where does it end? Never forget: Everything this corrupt establishment is doing to me is all about preserving their power and control over the American people, for whatever reason. They want to damage me in any form so I can no longer represent you,” the 45th president told the cheering crowd.

The former president also disputed claims from one of the 1/6 committee’s previous witnesses, Cassidy Hutchinson, who told quite the tale about Trump allegedly assaulting Secret Service agents on Jan. 6, 2021, demanding that they drive him to the Capitol complex.

“And they know that wasn’t true too. But they don’t call back the secret service. You know the secret service wants to testify and say it wasn’t true, but they won’t let them testify because they don’t want to hear the answer. It’s just a horrible thing that’s going on in our country.”

He added: “It’s sick, and the fake news media is totally complicit. These are very dishonest people, many of them.”

While still refraining from making a formal announcement about his intentions to make another run for the White House in 2024, as he typically does, Trump dropped a strong hint in favor of a 2024 campaign.

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USA online (@guest_1290948)
10 days ago

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10 days ago

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In contrast, 13 states have trigger laws that further limited abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Many other conservative states have also added new laws or are in the process of doing so as laws concerning abortion have been returned to individual states.
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“Just 28% either strongly or somewhat approve of his handling of inflation, while 32% approve of his handling of the economy overall,” it added.
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Rufus (@guest_1290959)
10 days ago

Well Donald, I’ve even read articles saying that you made bad remarks about senior Pence and were booed. I say, whatever that really meant is crap. You are righteous!! Don’t pay any attention to these clowns. Let’s clean this mess up. 2024 is too far away. But I cannot wait. Hell is coming to breakfast.

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