Trump knows the weak from the strong in D.C. as he focuses on MAGA in 2025

by Summer Lane

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President Trump has his eye on returning to the White House in 2025 with a renewed understanding of the murkiness of the D.C. swamp.

He told Pastor Gene Bailey on the Victory Channel, “I know the good, the weak, I know the strong, I know the RINOs, who can be very dangerous, by the way, and way more dangerous than Democrats ’cause’” he continued, because “you don’t know where they’re coming from…and I survived a system that was very corrupt.”

He added, “I know the people now, so well. Before, I had to rely on others to give me advice as to who we would put in certain positions…I know the fighters, I know the strong ones, the good ones, and I know the bad ones, too.”

Trump noted that in 2025, “we want to go back and finish the job.”

The president’s remarks were strongly aligned with his 2024 campaign platform, which is geared heavily toward cleaning up Washington corruption and rooting out “Deep State” players working against American ideals and values.

“Either the DEEP STATE destroys America or WE destroy the DEEP STATE – that’s the way it’s got to be,” Trump told a crowd of supporters in Waco, Texas in March.

In late April, he told Republican supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, that he would launch a “truth reconciliation commission” in his second presidential term that would declassify and publish “all documents on Deep State spying, censorship, and corruption.”

He added, “The choice in this election is now between strength and weakness, between success or failure, between safety or anarchy, between peace or conflict, and prosperity or catastrophe.”

The president has also recently issued a stern message to the RNC as 2024 looms closer, warning that “the Republican Party of RINOs, Neo-cons, and globalists is GONE.”

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