Trump derides US ‘third world’ status: ‘We’re NOT going to take it much longer!’

by Summer Lane

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President Trump derided the devolving state of America during Saturday night remarks in Las Vegas, Nevada, scorching Biden’s responsibility in pushing the U.S. into a “third world” status. “We’re NOT going to take it much longer!” he declared, drawing cheers from a large crowd of eager supporters.

The president’s Saturday remarks were made at a Team Trump Commit to Caucus Event, marking the second of a doubleheader of speeches over the weekend.

“There’s more spirit now than we’ve ever had, than we’ve ever seen,” President Trump continued, speaking about the widespread support for his 2024 reelection bid.

In his remarks, Trump focused on securing the border, bringing energy prices down, and protecting Americans from domestic threats.

He stated, “We’re people of common sense. We need a wall, we want good education, we want low interest rates, we want a strong military!”

Trump vowed that in a second term, the country would “drill baby drill” and kick start American energy dominance.

President Trump further focused on his dominant position in the GOP primary polls, where he is leading by dozens of points in many cases. “Ron DeSanctimonious is losing BIG to Biden,” Trump pointed out, roasting his GOP opponent, Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.

At one point in his speech, the audience erupted into cheers and chants of “WE LOVE TRUMP!”

“Together, we’re going to win Nevada in a historic landslide!” he pledged, foreshadowing the upcoming caucus in February in the Silver State.

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