President Donald J. Trump last night reentered the political fray, confirming he will seek an official return to power in 2024, even though he has been unofficially working alongside military allies, White Hats in common parlance, to rid the nation of Deep Staters since leaving Washington for his Mar-a-Lago command center in early 2021.
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“In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States,” Trump said before an audience of several hundred supporters in a chandeliered ballroom at his Mar-a-Lago club, where he stood flanked by American flags and banners bearing his “Make America Great Again” slogan.
“America’s comeback starts right now,” he said, formally beginning the 2024 Republican primary.
Trump’s speech last night was an exercise in restraint; he chose his words prudently, carefully circumnavigating hot topics like election fraud — he alluded to it once — the Fake News media, and the Deep State. He instead focused on fixing a now crippled economy, sealing the country’s wide-open borders, eradicating crime plaguing our city streets, energy independence, and restoring America’s prominence on the world stage — topics in his wheelhouse, and which helped him vanquish opponents in the 2016 Republican primaries.
“Trump’s speech was comfortable, tailored for ‘normies,’” a Mar-a-Lago source told Real Raw News. “Tuesday night was not the time to go all out hardcore. MAGA already know all that Trump’s been doing to set this country back on the right path.”
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Trump, he added, has in the last few months convened several meetings with trusted advisors and military liaisons to discuss what he might accomplish if reelected in 2024. It’s a lofty list, replete with ineffable goals that would make Trump a hero to many, and an enemy to many more. His fathomless objectives include not only draining the swamp, but disemboweling the federal government.