MTG says ‘Trump is the man to Save America’

2P24PYF Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks on the 2nd day of CPAC Washington, DC conference at Gaylord National Harbor Resort & Convention on March 3

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., voiced her support for President Donald Trump Wednesday, suggesting that he is the “man to Save America” from Joe Biden’s devastating policies.

Greene, who appeared alongside Trump at CPAC 2023, has been one of Trump’s most vocal supporters ahead of his 2024 election campaign and a staunch supporter of his America First policies as a member of the House of Representatives.

In a tweet posted on Wednesday, Greene drew a sharp contrast between the Trump and Biden administrations.

“Under President Trump’s leadership, America was respected around the globe,” Greene stated. “American workers and families were thriving—Incomes rose at every level. Trump unleashed America’s oil and natural gas potential. Illegal immigration was on the decline. American manufacturing was on the rise. The globalists were in retreat. Joe Biden has brought America to its knees. President Trump is the man to Save America.”

During his keynote speech at CPAC 2023 in Washington D.C., earlier this month, Trump reiterated his commitment to “save America” by running against Joe Biden in a potential 2024 matchup.

“In 2016, I declared I am your voice,” he said. “Today, I add, I am your warrior, I am your justice, and for those who have been wronged and betrayed, I am your retribution.”

The 45th president has outlined his campaign’s approach to defeating the Democrat Party and working to “complete the mission” the Trump administration started and secure “ultimate victory” for the American people.

Trump has repeatedly pointed out attempts to silence the voice of the America First movement. “Our enemies are desperate to stop us,” he said, “because they know we are the only ones who can stop THEM.”

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