The former US president, speaking on the American Freedom Tour in Memphis, asked for “common sense” and assured him that the country was much better off when he became president.
“We want security, we want a strong military, we want to protect our second amendment (to own and carry guns), we want common sense, we want freedom of speech, we want to support the police, firefighters…” Donald Trump in front of thousands of Americans on the American Freedom Ride from Memphis told.
The former president attended the event and missed the possibility of returning to the White House. “We will come back and make America a great country again. America first,” he said.
In his speech, Trump reviewed his administration’s achievements, noted economic milestones such as job creation, tax cuts, and reminded that the country is currently going through a “serious” situation.
Look what’s going on, gas prices are rising. “We don’t have anything on the shelves, we don’t have formula milk for babies, that didn’t happen in my government,” he said. “Everything is falling apart,” he complained.
He said the country was collapsing after the election, which he described as “a fraudulent and corrupt election”. And he assured that Joe Biden was responsible for a “disastrous” government, adding: “We have the highest inflation in half a century, we are like a third world nation”
Trump also He listed his national and international achievements as follows: We destroyed ISIL 100%, modernized our nuclear power, created space power, and provided the historic Abraham Agreements that brought peace to the Middle East.”
According to the former president, many countries in the region were “queuing up” to join agreements that normalized relations between various Arab countries and Israel.
Trump’s intervention in Memphis was the second in less than 48 hours. Addressing religious conservatives at a sprawling resort near Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House yesterday, he criticized the efforts of the commission investigating the Capitol attack as “the theatrical production of partisan political fiction” and insisted he had done nothing wrong. .
“What you’re seeing is a complete lie. It’s a complete and utter fraud,” he said at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s “Road to the Majority” event. He dismissed the gruesome video footage and testimonies submitted by the commission, saying they were selectively edited. And by minimizing the riot, he pointed out that it was “a simple protest getting out of control”.
Trump’s attendance at an event that has long been considered a testing ground for presidential candidates comes at a time when he is actively weighing whether he can officially launch another campaign for the White House. According to people familiar with the negotiations, the debate is centered on whether to make an official announcement at the end of this summer or follow tradition to wait until after the midterm elections in November.
While his allies insist he has yet to make a final decision on his plans, Trump has been revealing his intentions for months and hinted at it again today.
“One of the most pressing tasks facing the next Republican president… I wonder who that will be,” Trump said at one point, encouraging attendees to stand up and say the country’s initials. “Does anyone want me to run for president?” he asked the crowd, cheering even more.
“Together we will once again put the United States first,” he repeated several times, reinforcing the illusion of his followers.
Source: Info Bae