Trump makes executive entrance in Trump Force One, brings hope to Pennsylvania

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump made an unmistakably executive entrance to Latrobe, Pennsylvania, on Saturday night, arriving in style on his personal Boeing 757, “Trump Force One.”

The president’s aircraft came to a halt right behind the podium, where Trump himself disembarked his plane and immediately greeted Pennsylvania MAGA supporters.

Trump arrived on Saturday to rally support for the entire Pennsylvania Trump Ticket, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate, alongside Doug Mastriano, the Republican gubernatorial nominee.

“It’s called America First, or it’s called MAGA,” Trump told the crowd, speaking to the core of his movement and voters. “You know what MAGA stands for? Make America Great Again!”

The president further touched on drug trafficking, which he said had increased by “2,500 percent,” and promised a Republican solution to rising crime in the Keystone State.

“Democrats will defund the police, Republicans will defund the cartels – and we will do that,” he said.

Trump’s appearance in Pennsylvania comes amid heated speculation as to whether he will announce a decision on running for the presidency in 2024 before or after the midterm elections.

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