FORMER President Donald Trump held another Save America rally in Pennsylvania.
Trump announced he was endorsing Oz in April 2022 and told USA Today that Pennsylvania has “a tremendous opportunity to Save America by electing the brilliant and well-known” candidate.
The rally welcomed speakers including Pennsylvania congressmen John Joyce, Mike Kelly, and Jim Bognet, as well as the CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, and Dinesh D’Souza, a political commentator and director of the documentary 2,000 Mules.
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Will Donald Trump run for President in 2024?
Even though they are not presidential campaign rallies, these frequent Save America rallies have made some of his supporters believe that he may make a comeback in 2024.
Additionally, after the news broke that Facebook banned Trump from the platform for at least two years, Trump released a statement implying his return to the presidency.
He said: “Next time I’m in the White House there will be no more dinners, at his request, with Mark Zuckerberg and his wife. It will be all business!”
Trump’s NY Attorney General lawsuit, part three
“The Trump Organization has continually sought to delay our investigation into its business dealings and now Donald Trump and his namesake company have filed a lawsuit as an attempted collateral attack on that investigation,” the statement read.
James wrote the “investigation will continue undeterred because no one is above the law, not even someone with the name Trump.”
Trump’s NY Attorney General lawsuit, continued
The lawsuit alleges, “Letitia James is guided solely by political animus and a desire to harass, intimidate and retaliate against a private citizen who she views as a political opponent.”
Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, added, “By filing this lawsuit, we intend to not only hold her accountable for her blatant constitutional violations but to stop her bitter crusade to punish her political opponent in its tracks.”
James also released a statement regarding the lawsuit.
Trump’s NY Attorney General lawsuit
In January 2022, Donald Trump canceled a press conference he had planned to hold in Florida on the anniversary of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
In a statement released, Trump stated that he would rather air his issues at a rally scheduled for a later date.
“In light of the total bias and dishonesty of the January 6th Unselect Committee of Democrats, two failed Republicans, and the Fake News Media,” Trump wrote.
He added, “I am canceling the January 6th Press Conference at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday, and instead will discuss many of those important topics at my rally on Saturday, January 15th, in Arizona.”
Trump had also filed a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James.
Other recent Trump rallies, part three
Trump’s stop in North Carolina came just days after he was seen in Michigan supporting Matt DePerno, a Kalamazoo attorney and candidate for attorney general, and Kristina Karamo, a candidate for secretary of state.
Other recent Trump rallies, continued
On April 23, Trump headed to Ohio for a rally at Delaware County Fairgrounds and he went to North Carolina on April 9 as part of his Save America events.
He endorsed Republican candidates for Congress ahead of the upcoming 2022 elections as well as showed his support for Ted Budd, who is running to replace Senator Richard Burr in the Senate.
The event started at 4pm EST and was held at the Farm at 96, just 30 miles southeast of Raleigh.
What other rallies has Trump held?
On May 1, 2022, Trump headed to Nebraska to hold a Save America rally at the I-80 speedway near Greenwood.
The event included speeches from Kellyanne Conway and Mike Lindell.
Trump spoke along with Nebraska Republican Gubernatorial candidate, Charles Herbster.
Trump says ‘I’m BACK’ on Truth Social
Former President Donald Trump declared that he is “BACK” on Truth Social network after he vowed not to return to Twitter despite Elon Musk’s takeover.
Trump posted for the first time after saying on April 25 he would be joining Truth Social within the next several days.
“I’M BACK! #COVFEFE,” the former president shared to the platform, making a reference to his infamous 2017 viral tweet.
What has Trump said about TRUTH Social?
“We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American president has been silenced,” Trump said in a statement regarding his social media ban that was put into place following the January 6 Capitol Riots.
The greatest political movement in history
Trump said that his MAGA movement is “the greatest political movement in the history of our country.”
“No matter how big our powerful these corrupt radicals may be, you must never forget this nation doesn’t belong to them”
“This nation belongs to you.”
‘One-day election paper ballots’
Trump called for “one-day elections” and “paper ballots.”
He once again said he “ran twice. I won twice. And I did much better the second time.”
Trump said that teachers should not be allowed to teach anything without parental consent, including transgenderism.
“We will save our kids and we will also keep men out of women’s sports.”
“In addition, we will keep critical race theory out of our schools and out of our military.”
Money for farmers
Trump said his administration gave $28billion to farmers.
He said he did this with money that they gained from taxing China.
“We love our farmers,” he said.
Said Oz told him ‘to lose some weight’
Trump said that Dr Oz gave him a physical before and that he concluded the former president was in great health.
“But he should lose some weight,” Trump recounted Oz saying.
“I said that’s not good,” Trump jokingly said.
Trump calls Mitch McConnell a ‘broken down crow’
The former president said McConnell is the “least popular politician in the country.”
“The old broken down crow,” Trump said referring to McConnell.
‘The party of crime, death, and chaos’
Trump urged the crowd to vote for Republicans as Democrats are “the party of crime, death, and chaos.”
“Your senator Oz will fight to end illegal immigration and confront China like no other senator.”
He then said the current senator Pat Toomey is “very weak on China.”
‘Our country is full’
Trump said that it should be illegal for the federal government to “unload truckloads” of “illegal aliens.”
He said “this is our homeland. It should be protected. Our country is full.”
Trump on Mitt Romney
Trump said that Romney claimed, “if Trump runs no one can beat him.”
“That was shocking! Mitt Romney said that,” Trump explained.
Trump once again called for Biden to take a cognition test in order to determine that he is able to be president.
Trump then said that he took a cognition test during his presidency.
“Everyone running for presidency should be required to take this test,” Trump said.
Joe Biden gaffes
Trump played another video that edited together some of Biden’s gaffes.
The video showed scenes of the president falling and tripping over his words in public addresses.
After the video ended, the crowd began chanting, “we want Trump!”
‘I rejected mandates’
Trump brought up his treatment of Covid-19 saying that he rejected mandates and “unscientific lockdowns.”
He also said he fought to get children back in school.
“I let Republican governors run their states the way they should be fun without interference from the federal government.”
‘Alec Baldwin is a sick puppy’
Trump mentioned how Alec Baldwin is a “sick puppy” regarding his recurring SNL appearances where he played the former president.
He then brought up Baldwin’s fatal film set where a cinematographer was shot and killed by a prop gun.
“Did he pull the trigger?” Trump asked the audience.
Ukraine-Russia War ‘would’ve never happened’
Trump said that the Biden administration is, “saying exactly the wrong thing at the wrong time,” regarding the Ukraine war.
He said that Putin watched Biden’s treatment of Afghanistan and saw that it was a good time to attack under the new US leadership.
Trump on inflation
The former president mentioned how inflation is at a 40-year high.
He said that he had gas as low as $1.89 per gallon during his presidency as America “was completely energy independent.”
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