President Donald Trump shared a fiery 2024 campaign-style video on Truth Social this week that was made by supporters online, featuring dialogue from the 45th president and clips of his time as president and on the campaign trail.
“We want our freedom!” a voice sang out in the background of the video, interspersed with crowd chants of “WE WANT TRUMP” and a chorus of “WE’LL NEVER SURRENDER, WE’LL NEVER GIVE UP.”
The video, which was created by online MAGA supporters @MagaDevilDog, @miguelifornia, and @itsreallyleah, was shared by both Dan Scavino (Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff) and then by President Donald Trump on his personal Truth Social account.
Watch the full video here:
President Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign was announced in November 2024, but the official bid really kicked off last week in Waco, Texas with a massive rally held at the Waco Regional Airport.
Trump arrived at the rally on his signature Boeing 757, Trump Force One, taking the podium and delivering bold and unflinching remarks to the thousands of patriots in attendance, setting his sights on reclaiming the White House and demolishing the “Deep State.”
“The stakes of this election could not be more clear: either we surrender to the demonic forces abolishing and demolishing and happily doing so [to] our country or we defeat them in a landslide on November 5th 2024!” he told the crowd.
Trump has been nationally leading in the 2024 GOP primary polls, dominating both declared and potential political rivals by wide double-digit margins.
As reported by RSBN, a new survey from McLaughlin & Associates found that the president had 46 percent of support among GOP voters against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R), who scored 23 percent of voter support.
This week, Trump mopped the floor with his political opponents in a new Fox News Poll, boasting a whopping 30-point lead over DeSantis (54 percent against 24 percent). Former Vice President Mike Pence snagged 6 percent of support and declared 2024 presidential candidate Nikki Haley grabbed just 3 percent.