‘We’re regaining control of America!’ At a large event, Trump offers a battle cry to his followers.
DONALD TRUMP hinted at a possible presidential run in 2024 at a large Iowa rally, promising to “take back America” from US liberals who, he claimed, mishandled the Afghanistan departure.
Over the weekend, former President Donald Trump returned to Iowa to give a raucous campaign-style rally to supporters, vowing to “take America back” from Joe Biden. Mr Trump criticized Mr Biden’s trillion-dollar infrastructure bill and his “botched” exit from Afghanistan during a speech at the State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, saying “General Patton” would not make such a mistake. As he delivered the address, fans erupted in applause, as the business magnate intimated that he would run for office again in 2024.
“As I said before, the truth is a force of nature, it’s going to come out, it’s all coming out,” Mr Trump remarked to a cheering throng.
“Hold on, everything the extreme left has touched throughout history has resulted in suffering, ruin, and failure.
“However, with the help of all of you in Iowa and conservative patriots across the country, we will put an end to their radicalism and reclaim America…”
As Mr Trump went on the offensive against the Democrats, the crowd erupted in applause.
“Do you believe General George Patton would have left Afghanistan early?” he continued.
Do you believe he would have abandoned dead soldiers for no cause at all, as well as $85 billion in the best equipment available anyplace in the world?”
Mr. Trump stated that China and Russia had gained access to US weapons and were learning how to use them in order to battle them if required.
Much of the equipment left behind in Afghanistan, according to the Republican, is currently on the illegal market.
Trump’s triumph in Iowa, where he defeated Vice President Joe Biden 53 to 45 percent, was also discussed throughout the over two-hour speech.
According to a Mediacom Iowa poll, 53 percent of Iowans think Trump is a good president, up from 48 percent when he was in the White House.
Mr. Biden, on the other hand, gets a 37% favorable rating and a 61% unfavorable rating in the poll.
Mr Trump continues to claim – without evidence – that there was collusion in his election and has urged Iowans to vote in the 2022 midterm elections.
“Brinkwire Summary News,” according to a new poll done by Quinnipiac University.