Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, President Trump released a stirring and uplifting message of optimism for the future.
“By Memorial Day 2025, our country will be roaring back,” he said in a video released Friday. “We’ll be well on our way to greatness like our country has never seen before!”
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"By Memorial Day 2025, our country will be roaring back. We'll be well on our way to greatness like our country has never seen before!" pic.twitter.com/06xHsazjPM
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) May 26, 2023
In the same video, the 45th President of the United States discussed the effects of inflation on Americans spending the weekend with friends and family.
“Everything is more expensive, a lot more expensive, actually, because of Joe Biden’s reckless policies…” he claimed. “This Memorial Day, gas prices are up 48 percent since Joe took office…food prices are up 18 percent, airline prices are up 48 percent, taxes are higher than ever…”
Trump, however, vowed that “help is on the way.”
“I will unleash energy independence and we will bring the price of gasoline down immediately,” he continued.
Trump promised that, if elected, he would return the United States to its former prominence by 2025.
Following the Florida governor’s announcement that he will run for president, Trump’s favorability with DeSantis has increased, particularly in a key primary state. As a result, Trump’s pledge for Memorial Day 2025 may be much closer to being fulfilled.
This week, Ron DeSantis announced his candidacy for president of the United States in 2024 during a Twitter Spaces online event. Nonetheless, it is evident that he confronts an uphill battle in order to defeat Donald Trump, who currently leads the GOP surveys.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
In the crucial primary state of South Carolina, the former president has a commanding 25-point lead, according to a poll released on Friday.
“Scheduled to be held Feb. 24, following the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, South Carolina is widely considered to be an important state toward securing the GOP’s nomination,” Newsmax reported. CONTINUE READING…