Trump casts vote in Palm Beach: ‘We’re going to have a very big night’

by Samantha Flom

President Donald J. Trump arrived at his local polling place Tuesday morning to cast his vote in the 2022 midterm elections.

“I think we’re going to have a very big night and it’s going to be exciting to watch,” the 45th president told reporters after casting his ballot at the Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center in Palm Beach, Florida.

“This is going to be a very important election, I think,” he noted. “Hopefully, the right thing will happen — you know what the right thing is.”

Expressing his support for the Republicans up for election, Trump added that he felt the GOP would help to address the many issues plaguing the nation as of late.

“We have to fight crime, we have to keep our taxes low, and we have to do something bout the border and it has to be done now,” he contended.

President Trump told RSBN’s Liz Willis that now is the time for undecided voters to make up their minds and go out and vote.

For months, Trump has repeatedly stressed the importance of voting in person on Election Day, holding that doing so decreases the likelihood that the election will be stolen.

“Get out and vote on Tuesday because it’s harder for them to cheat if you go and vote in person,” he advised Saturday at a Latrobe, Pennsylvania rally.

“It’s better to vote on Tuesday…this Tuesday, to have to CRUSH the communists at the ballot box,” he added.

The Pennsylvania rally was one of four the 45th president held in the last week in support of America First candidates across the country, including three consecutive nights in different states.

At each stop along the way, he encouraged supporters to get out and vote for the Republican Party.

“If you want to stop destruction, save our country, and save the American Dream,” he noted Thursday in Sioux City, Iowa, “then this Tuesday, you must vote Republican in a giant red wave!”

For live coverage of the election results as they roll in around the country, join RSBN Tuesday starting at 6:00 p.m. ET.

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