‘I want you’ to ‘help me on election evening’: Trump talks 2024 election integrity

2D808TT U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the state visit of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny as the conduct an official state visit to the White House on September 9th, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Credit: Alex Edelman/The Photo Access

Photo: Alamy

President Donald Trump told supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Thursday that he needed their help to protect the integrity of the vote in the 2024 presidential election.

“That’s the thing I asked Steve and all the people here…I don’t even care if you help me campaign, you don’t have to help me,” he said. “What I want you to do is help me on election evening, which is no longer election evening, it’s election period.”

He added that the country needed “paper ballots, voter ID” and “same-day voting.”

President Trump delivered his remarks on Thursday afternoon to a crowded venue of enthusiastic supporters of his 2024 presidential campaign.

In addition to his push for election integrity and transparency, Trump vowed to create a commission as president that would expose the shadowed operations of the Deep State.

He said, “When I get back into the Oval Office we will totally obliterate the Deep State. We will establish a truth and reconciliation commission to declassify and publish all documents on Deep State spying, censorship, and corruption.”

Trump also slammed the Biden administration, pointing out that if Joe Biden won in 2024, it would be “bad for you, good for China, and truly great for these globalists.”

By contrast, he said that a Trump victory “will be great for the hardworking people of New Hampshire.”

President Trump has emerged as the clear frontrunner so far in the 2024 GOP primary race, as political polls have demonstrated the incredible gap that separates him from the rest of the field.

RSBN reported that Trump held 62 percent of GOP primary voters’ support in a 2024 primary election, while his projected political rival, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., netted 16 percent of support via Emerson College polling.

Related posts

Trump shares painful memories of assassination attempt during Republican nomination acceptance speech

Trump family shows strong presence as First Lady Melania Trump STUNS at RNC appearance

President Trump proudly accepts the Republican nomination for President of the United States