An inspiring video shared by Kimberly Guilfoyle on Instagram has elevated the inspiring message of President Trump’s fight for American liberty even as the nation is wracked by chaos, confusion, and foreign conflict.
The video, which Guilfoyle stated was initially shared by Trump Senior Advisor Lynne Patton, is interspersed with clips of President Trump and narrated by the man himself.
The video features a series of inspiring remarks that hit home amid the president’s battle against legal and political warfare in the country as he journeys to reclaim the White House in 2024.
“Remember that nothing worth doing is ever easy,” Trump says in the video. “Keep standing up always for your values. Keep loving your country and…NEVER EVER QUIT. NEVER QUIT.”
In a reflective comment, Trump continued, “Ask yourself, what imprint will you leave on the sands of history? What will future Americans say we did in our brief time right here on Earth? Did we take risks? Did we dare to defy expectations? Did we challenge accepted wisdom and take on established systems?”
Guilfoyle, a close ally to Trump and fiancée to Donald Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, has previously praised the elder Trump’s tenacity and unwavering commitment to staying in the fight.
She commented recently on Twitter, “No teleprompter. No cue cards. No handler. President Trump will go into ANY hostile environment and WIN. That’s exactly the kind of battle-tested leader America needs as commander in chief.”
In the inspiring video montage, Trump’s uplifting words continued, “In my short time in Washington, I’ve seen firsthand how the system is broken…But YOU AREN’T going to let people tell you what to believe, especially when you know that you’re right. I know that EACH OF YOU will be a WARRIOR for the truth, [and] will be a warrior for your country and for your family. I know that each of you will do what is right – not what is easy.”
In closing and stirring remarks, the president concluded, “Remember this, nothing worth doing ever, ever, EVER came easy – following your convictions means you must be willing to face criticisms. It’s called the road less traveled.”