Trump foreshadows ‘EPIC POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE’ coming next November

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday foreshadowed an “EPIC political earthquake” that could change the course of history next November after the 2024 presidential election.

While speaking at Club 47 in West Palm Beach, Florida, the president declared to a packed house, “The love in this room is absolute proof that this is not just a campaign, this is a movement. This is the greatest political movement in the history of our country. The greatest. And when we win next November, it will be an epic political earthquake the likes of which the world has never seen before!”

Ahead of the 2024 Republican primary race, President Donald Trump is polling at record highs, snagging 61 percent of GOP primary voters’ support nationwide, according to Morning Consult, for example.

Another staggering poll from Premise Data illustrated a whopping 10-point gap between Trump and Biden in a prospective 2024 general election poll, even as next November is 13 months away.

Their poll also showed Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., at a serious disadvantage against Trump in a head-to-head battle against the 45th president, who scored a 40-point lead nationwide over the Florida governor.

The president is strongly leading in key battleground states for the primary nomination in places like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and even Gov. DeSantis’s home state of Florida.

President Trump’s dominant polling position among GOP voters seems to indicate that he will likely be the Republican nominee in 2024. In January, the Iowa caucus will likely set the political trajectory for Trump’s primary battle in 2024.

During remarks delivered on Wednesday, President Trump promised to “evict” Joe Biden from the White House and “finish the job” of making America great again.

“The great silent majority is rising like never before,” he said. “…With your help, your love, and your vote, we will make America great again. Greater than EVER BEFORE!”

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