Nobody does it like Donald Trump. No matter what side of the aisle you hail from, that’s a statement that rings true.
The Washington outsider has taken the political scene by storm over the course of the last two years, acting as a wrecking ball for the self-serving DC establishment. His drain the swamp ethos, combined with his bombastic personality, have sent a number of prominent politicians to their “safe spaces”…all while the economy soars and Americans are heading back to work in record-breaking droves.
That’s why it is no surprise that Trump’s long-awaited 2020 campaign kickoff rally in Orlando was such a spectacle to behold.
“It turned out to be more than just a great political campaign. It turned out to be a great political movement because of you,” the president said, echoing the same nationalist message that became a staple of his first presidential run. “It’s a movement made up of people … who believe that a nation must care for its own citizens first.”
The gigantic crowd wouldn’t have missed this for the world.
Fans camped out since dusk on Monday to secure a spot inside the 20,000-seat Amway Center. They began chanting familiar slogans as anticipation built for the evening’s main act and familiar characters took the stage. Trump’s eldest son, Don Jr., riled up the crowd with a series of attacks against Joe Biden, a telling sign that his father views the former vice president as his likeliest opponent. Vice President Mike Pence promised the crowd that four more years “means more jobs, more judges … and at least four more years to drain the swamp.”
The President also unveiled his 2020 campaign slogan to the delight of his supporters.
“We’ve made America great again, but how do you give up the number one theme, logo, statement in politics? There’s a new one that really works, and that’s called ‘Keep America Great,’” Trump said, encouraging his supporters to embrace the new slogan.
Judging by the raucous applause and enthusiasm of the Florida crowd, keeping America great for four more years seems almost inevitable.
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