Trump highlights need for ‘GREATNESS’ this Presidents’ Day

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump wished the nation a happy Presidents’ Day on Monday, reminding Americans of the urgency to prioritize a return to “GREATNESS” during a time when the United States is in “SERIOUS DECLINE.”

He wrote on Truth Social, “HAPPY PRESIDENTS DAY! This is a time, perhaps more so than at any time in our Country’s history, that we need GREATNESS in the position of President. Does anybody believe that we have that now? I don’t think so. WE ARE A NATION IN SERIOUS DECLINE, & WE MUST MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, & FAST, BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!!!”

Trump’s patriotic approach to Presidents’ Day presents a stark contrast to the Biden administration’s international focus. On Monday, Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Kyiv, Ukraine, to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. According to, Biden announced that the U.S. would send another $500 million in aid to Ukraine.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., had harsh words for Biden’s visit overseas, slamming Zelensky’s casual clothing choices for meeting a U.S. president and lambasting the meeting as “America Last.”

“President’s Day 2023,” she wrote on Twitter. “Zelenskyy can’t even wear a tie as he greets the President of the United States. He gladly takes our money in sweat shirts and t-shirts, but Biden is dressed up. So insulting. America Last!!!”

Biden’s trip to Ukraine also comes amid the ongoing chemical crisis in East Palestine, Ohio. As reported by RSBN, a train derailment in early February ultimately resulted in the release of toxic chemical cargo into the air, triggering a massive ecological disaster.

President Trump is set to visit East Palestine, Ohio, on Wednesday, but Joe Biden has not yet visited the disaster zone.

“This is America Last,” Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake tweeted on Monday. “We hope @JoeBiden can spare some of his 10% for the people of East Palestine, Ohio.”

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