Ever since the curious and suspicious 2020 General Election that handled wildly unpopular Joe Biden the Presidency- speculation has been wild over whether or not President Donald J. Trump will be running for his third jab at being President of the United States.
“The socialists, globalists, Marxists, and communists who are attacking our civilization have no idea of the sleeping giant they have awoken. But they’re going to find out the hard way, starting on Nov. 8, and then again, even more so in November 2024, they will find out like never before. We did it twice and we’ll do it again. We’re going to be doing it again a third time,” Trump said recently.
Anyone who knows Trump as a master of marketing knows he enjoys teasing his supporters about a future potential run for office to help build up anticipation. But there are also laws that prevent him from making a definitive statement about any candidacy- at this time.
Now Trump Depolorables have a solid reason for being hopeful about Trump’s comeback, because during an interview Wednesday on the “Full Send Podcast,” the 45th president spoke about Joe Biden, in the context of him being an opponent for the high office.
Full Send Podcast crew was excited to host Trump, as they noted it was the first time Trump had spoken out about Biden’s handling of what could possibly lead to World War.
The video of Trump meeting with a group that was “high recommended by Dana White” of the UFC has gotten over 3.5 Million views as of Thursday morning.
In the video, which started out as a casual conversation, Trump said he was always at work for the United States, which is why he was in his working clothes.
“We were going to be twice as big as Russia and Saudi Arabia combined,” Trump said about his plans for American energy independence, which was resulting in clear air and a clean environment- even though Biden and the Democrats skipped his plans for “green policies”.
‘We were dominant in energy, and the cost of energy would be far lower than it is now. We would not have been at war because I talked to Putin and told him not to do it. I will relay that information to the right people at the right time, ” Trump told the crew.
What was really exciting about the conversation came later.
Trump talked about the current and unfolding Ukraine-Russia conflict and framing the discussion on what a disaster Biden has been in handling the conflict.
And Trump talked about whether, or not, he will be running for president again- in as much detail as he could- at least.
“The question is, Don, you’ve hinted at it,” host Bob Menery began. “Are you coming back and gonna run for President of the United States?”
“The campaign finance laws don’t really allow you to discuss that unless you’re going to literally go through a different process,” Trump replied. “So, I think a lot of people are going to be really happy. You guys might be really happy but I think a lot of people are going to be very happy. But, I’ll wait.”
“The radical Left has tried to replace American democracy with woke tyranny,” Trump said. “Our mission in 2022 and in 2024 is to take on this radical and power-hungry ruling class and to deliver them an electoral defeat.”
“I have no doubt that President Putin made his decision to ruthlessly attack Ukraine only after watching the pathetic [United States military] withdrawal from Afghanistan,” Trump added.
“Yesterday, reporters asked me if I thought President Putin was smart. I said: ‘Of course he’s smart.’ … “The problem is not that Putin is smart, which of course he’s smart. But the real problem is that our leaders are dumb,” he said.
“Getting out was a good thing. I had it down to two thousand soldiers,” Trump said, referring to his decision while president to reduce the U.S. presence in the southwest Asian country. “We were going to get out with strength and dignity, but to take the soldiers, the great Army out first— we took our Army and Marines—we took them out first to do that and leave the Americans behind, leave other people behind, leave $85 billion worth of equipment behind.”
“We had 13 young people that were killed, many that were very badly hurt in the bombing and a couple of other things the way they got out,” Trump said, making reference to the Marines, U.S. Army soldier and Navy corpsman killed by a suicide bomber a few days before the final pullout. In addition, 18 other U.S. military members were wounded and 150 Afghanis were killed.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776