Donald Trump, exasperated a rally crowd by discussing the 2024 presidential race.
Trump spoke on Friday at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, for Rep. Ted Budd, a contender for the US Senate.
In the 2024 presidential election, Trump projected that his political movement would retake the White House.
Trump first projected that Republicans would win majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate in the November midterm elections, a goal for which Budd’s victory will be vital. Trump made this prediction while speaking at the outdoor Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport.
When referring to 2024 as the most significant turning point for the Make America Great Again campaign, Trump gave Budd an apologetic nod, acknowledging that the election was more significant than the midterms.
“And in 2024, most importantly, I gotta say Ted. I’m sorry, but most importantly. I shouldn’t say that, Ted. But most importantly.
“We’re going to take back our magnificent White House.”
There was loud applause after the nine-word commitment.
Trump also pledged to reinstate his administration’s policies and support organizations like Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection in order to improve federal immigration enforcement from the pitiful state it has been reduced to under President Joe Biden.
“We will shut down Biden’s border disaster, re-institute our strong Remain in Mexico policy.
“Strengthen the patriots of ICE, and Border Patrol… We will again end catch-and-release, we will end chain migration… All things we did before! They just had to leave it alone.”
Biden’s presidency has seen a dramatic increase in illegal immigration.
“We will end the visa lottery, which is a disaster, we will clamp down on illegal immigration just like we did less than two years ago, when we had, again, the greatest, strongest border in the history of our country.”
Trump has indicated time and time again that he wants to be president in 2024. Many political observers believe that a Trump campaign in 2024 will happen “when,” not “if,” given the populist billionaire’s steadfast support in the Republican Party.
In some polls, Trump is even shown to have a clear majority support, suggesting that he is likely to win the Republican nominee for president in 2024.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
The crowd at the North Carolina event showed Trump’s drawing power.
“Thousands were at Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport to hear from Trump,” WRAL-TV in Raleigh reported. “People in line said they came from various parts of the country including South Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. They said they realize how much North Carolina is a battleground state.” CONTINUE READING…