Donald Trump, fresh off his appearance and address at the CPAC convention of conservative activists in Washington, DC, has announced the introduction of a key tool designed to assist him in securing a second term as president.
Trump told the CPAC audience. “We had a Republican Party that was ruled by freaks, neocons, globalists, open border zealots, and fools, but we are never going back to the party of Paul Ryan, Karl Rove, and Jeb Bush. People are tired of RINOs and globalists. They want to see America First.”
The former president emphasized the significance of the next election by stating, “Either they win or we win. And if they win, we no longer have a country.”
However, a forthcoming book by Donald Trump will detail 150 letters he got from celebrities, including one from Oprah Winfrey expressing regret that they are not running for government.
His new book, Letters to Trump, contains letters he received from presidents, royals, such as Princess Diana, international leaders, Hollywood stars, and business figures.
In addition to former Presidents Nixon, Reagan, and Clinton, Winning Team Publishing’s book contains letters from international leaders such as Kim Jong-Un, Vladimir Putin, and Jair Bolsonaro.
In addition to letters from Hillary Clinton and Michael Jackson, the collection will include letters from Senator Ted Kennedy and golf star Arnold Palmer.
Winfrey’s letter followed Trump’s 2000 book extract “The America We Deserve,” to which she replied.
In that book, the former president stated that Oprah Winfrey would be his first choice for Vice President.
In her handwritten letter, Winfrey says: ‘Donald, I received the book excerpt. I have to tell you, your comments made me a little weepy. It’s one thing to try and live a life of integrity – still another have people like yourself notice. Thank you, Oprah.’
According to the letter obtained by Axios, the legendary talk show host continues, ‘Too bad we’re not running for office. What a team!’
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Trump wrote in his book, which will cost $99 or $399 for a signed edition, that he still thinks Winfrey is ‘amazing’. But he added that Winfrey does not feel the same way, according to the Daily Mail. CONTINUE READING…