Trump Says, ‘IT’S COMMON SENSE’

Following Donald J. Trump’s announcement that he was running for the Oval Office on June 16, 2015, the same people on the left who previously had vied for his attention suddenly became some of his worst enemies.

As a real estate mogul and reality show star from Brooklyn, Trump was a NY darling for those shooting for corporate and entrepreneurial success and was even mentioned in gangster rap videos and was invited to do cameo appearances in movies like Home Alone 2.

With the United States struggling under the Biden administration’s policies, the calls for former President Trump to run again are reaching a fever pitch.

In response, the leader of the MAGA movement has been teasing his supporters by withholding his official announcement that he is running again in 2024 while at the same time making statements confirming he will be throwing his hat back into the ring.

Former President Donald Trump brought his “American Freedom Tour” to Austin, TX, and promised to “take back our beautiful, beautiful, beautiful White House” in 2024.

He highlighted a handful of candidates, including Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who is facing a runoff challenge from Land Commissioner George P. Bush.

Trump spoke for more than an hour to an enthusiastic crowd of roughly 8,000 people at the Austin Convention Center.

“The Donald” was the last speaker of the day and took the stage after remarks by Mike Pompeo, former secretary of state and CIA director under Trump; Donald Trump Jr.; and Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News host.

During the event, Trump told supporters he doesn’t care what they call him; he just wants a border.

“Call me conservative. Call me liberal. I want a border. I want voter ID. I want low taxes. Call me liberal. Call me anything you want, but when you think about it, most of it – it’s common sense,” Trump told the audience.

“Get ready to work; get ready to fight; get ready to win and win like never before,” Trump said in closing. “We will take back the House, we will take back the Senate, and we will take back our country.”

Besides mentioning the candidates he’s endorsing during the runoff election, Trump largely limited his remarks to national issues and the challenges he faced during his presidency, including negotiating a new deal for the iconic presidential airplane Air Force One.

Polls have Mr. Trump way ahead of anyone publicly considering running against him for the GOP Presidential nomination in 2024.

Who the MAGA President will run in the general election against is anyone’s guess in 2022.

Regardless if it’s Joe or even crooked Hillary, millions of Americans around the nation are already getting ready for the November 2024 election.

With the explosive information in Dinesh DeSouza’s 2000 mules documentary taking the nation by storm, many of the shenanigans the democrats pulled off in 2020 will not be repeated.

With a fair election and Donald Trump on the ticket, his expectation of winning a second term is very high for those who love God and liberty, not big government.



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By: Eric Thompson, editor of EricThompsonShow.com. Follow me on Twitter and MagaBook   

This story syndicated with permission from Eric Thompson, Author at Trending Politics

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