Trump arrives in Ohio in style on Trump Force One with several family members in tow

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump arrived on Trump Force One in Vandalia, Ohio, on Monday night, pumping up support for the entire Ohio Trump Ticket on Election Eve. President Trump rolled up to the podium in his beautifully painted Boeing 757 while several family members exited and headed toward reserved seating.

Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Lara and Eric Trump were spotted taking their seats before the 45th president disembarked the aircraft to the dramatic and anticipated tune of “God Bless the USA” by Lee Greenwood.

Trump drummed up support primarily for Ohio U.S. GOP Senate nominee JD Vance and encouraged Ohioans to get out and vote to reelect Gov. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio.

Trump’s Monday night remarks also came on the heels of intense speculation surrounding whether he would announce a 2024 presidential run before or after the midterm elections.

The president drew attention to the energy crisis in Ohio and the United States. He also decried the chaos at the southern border. “Two years ago, we had the strongest southern border in American – history there was nothing even close,” he said. “Now, it’s the worst border perhaps in the history of the world anywhere.”

He also warned that “our country is becoming third world! That’s what’s happening to us.”

He added, “Americans deserve a Congress and a president who will protect the borders of our nation.”

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