Trump starts Presidential campaign: ‘Make America Great Again’

“We will make America powerful again, we will make America rich again and we will make America strong again,” promises the former president.

Donald Trump officially announced his presidential bid with a new campaign ad centered around the familiar slogan, “We will make America great again.” The former president’s video emphasizes promises to revitalize America’s power, wealth, and strength. It highlights unity under the banner of a resilient nation while asserting a commitment to restore pride, safety, and greatness.

The edited video swiftly showcases Democratic politicians and critical journalists, pledging to challenge the establishment, combat misinformation, fortify the economy, energize the energy sector and military, and ensure border security.

Following the ad’s release, Trump formally commenced his candidacy from Iowa, hosting two rallies asserting his intent to secure a victory “for the third time,” a mere three years after the tumultuous Capitol Hill events.

Iowa serves as the starting point for the Republican primaries, holding caucuses on January 15, initiating the road to the November 2024 elections.

Despite facing multiple legal challenges, Trump remains focused on his reelection aspirations, addressing supporters in Newton for over two hours. Avoiding deep discussion of the January 6, 2021 Capitol breach, he referred to the imprisoned participants as “hostages,” promising potential pardons if re-elected.

He criticized President Biden, blaming him for economic downturns, border chaos, and the failure to halt Russia’s incursion into Ukraine. Asserting he would have acted differently, Trump warned of potential dire consequences, calling this upcoming election the “last chance to save America.”

Persisting in his claim of winning the 2020 election, he vowed a third triumph in November. At a subsequent appearance in a Clinton high school, he continued his attack on Biden’s competence, branding America as a failing nation.

Despite ongoing legal battles and possible imprisonment, polls indicate strong support for Trump in the Republican race, placing him at 60%, ahead of key contenders like Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis. However, divisions persist regarding the Capitol riot, with a significant portion of voters believing the FBI played a role, according to a joint Washington Post and University of Maryland survey.

Amidst legal challenges and mounting pressure regarding his alleged involvement in overturning the election results, a significant trial is slated for March 4 in Washington, coinciding with “Super Tuesday,” a pivotal moment in the Republican primaries across fifteen states. States like Colorado and Maine have already ruled Trump ineligible for the presidency due to his perceived responsibility for the events of January 2021.

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