Trump makes 2024 pledge to end ‘the reign of the corrupt Washington establishment’

by Summer Lane

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President Trump hit hard on Monday night, making a strong case for a 2024 presidency in the great state of Iowa, foreshadowing the fighting spirit that he would take with him to Washington, D.C. if reelected.

“2024 is the final battle – that’s it,” he said. “If you put me back in the White House, the reign of the corrupt Washington establishment will be OVER.”

Trump continued, “When I went there [D.C.] I didn’t know a lot of people.  I had to rely on, in some cases, RINOs, and others to give me some recommendations, but I know them all now. I know the good ones, I know the bad ones, I know the weak ones, I know the strong ones –  we know them all. And America will be a free nation once again and with your support and these caucuses…we’re going to complete our mission, we’re going to see that job through.”

The 45th president traveled to Davenport, Iowa, on Monday to speak to concerned Iowa parents and farmers about the state of the nation, hitting on several high points of his proposed 2024 presidential platform, with a special focus on agriculture and education.

He told the crowd that his administration always put the needs of American citizens first. “We put workers first, we put farmers first, and above all, we put America first,” he stated.

He also promised that “within hours of my inauguration, I will cancel every Biden policy that’s brutalizing our farmers – every single one of them.”

President Trump also made several vows to infuse new life into American public education, proposing a return to “parental rights into our school system” and pledging to withhold federal funding from schools that implemented vaccine or mask mandates on K-12 pupils.

“I will not give one penny to any school that has a vaccine mandate or a mask mandate from kindergarten through college,” he assured parents, eliciting cheers and applause from the audience.

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