A powerful new video from Trump’s freshly-minted 2024 presidential campaign struck a chord with Americans on Truth Social, reminding the country of the 45th president’s vast accomplishments while looking ahead to a hopeful future.
The video touchingly runs with inspirational dialogue:
“Make an entrance. Make a run, and then, make history. Make a difference. Make good on your word. Make it BIGLY. But most of all, make it great again.”
The ad closes with Trump’s newest campaign slogan, heralding back to his original campaign slogan in 2016: “Make America Great Again!”
President Trump announced his candidacy for the presidency last week at Mar-a-Lago, inspiring supporters to “fight with every measure of our strength” to restore American greatness in 2024 as the America First movement begins to trek back toward recapturing the Oval Office.
“The journey ahead will not be easy – anyone who truly seeks to take on this rigged and corrupt system will be faced with a storm of fire that only a few could understand,” Trump stated.
Since announcing his bid for the presidency in 2024, Trump has already garnered a lengthy list of endorsements early in the game. Per RSBN, Trump has been endorsed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., GOP gubernatorial nominee of Arizona Kari Lake, Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., and Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y.
As Trump’s endorsements continue to roll in, the 45th president noted on Saturday that there were “certain international businessmen” who “will never endorse me because I’m for AMERICA FIRST” and they “are for CHINA FIRST.” He added that if RINOs or businessmen weren’t for America First, “I’m not for them, never will be. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!”
Trump also advised candidates and politicians to stick closely with the MAGA movement if they wanted to continue to win elections. “You can’t win without MAGA!” he said in a Monday statement, lambasting Colorado Republican Senate nominee Joe O’Dea for his “over 12 points” loss in the 2022 midterms.