Trump on 2024: ‘It will be the greatest comeback in HISTORY’

by Summer Lane

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President Trump hit the road again on Saturday, returning to the great state of Iowa with just 45 days to go until the important and anticipated Iowa caucuses. He attended a Team Trump Iowa Commit to Caucus event in Ankeny – the first appearance in a doubleheader of caucus engagements this weekend.

The president has heavily focused on campaigning on the Hawkeye State this year, as it will be the first state in the nation to kick off the 2024 GOP presidential primary in just a matter of weeks.

“The caucuses are a big deal,” he told a room packed full of energetic supporters.

He remarked that it was a “sad” thing to watch the nation continually fail under the leadership of the Biden administration. Trump added, “It’s a very, very, sad thing, but we’re going to make our country greater than ever – it will be the greatest comeback in HISTORY,” he said. “…It will be the greatest comeback for a country because our country right now is a dying country. We’re not respected by anybody.”

The president slammed Biden’s open borders policy, drawing attention to an alleged 26,000 young Chinese men who illegally crossed over the border this year. “What are, building a little army in our country?” he remarked ominously.

He called Biden “grossly incompetent” and pointed out that if the Trump administration was in the White House, the global turmoil in places like Ukraine would have never happened.

“Right now we have a country that’s failing – it’s a failing nation,” he said.

Despite the problems plaguing the United States, he remained optimistic. “We’re going to turn it around,” he vowed.

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