Trump praises motherhood, parenting in unique interview with ‘Moms for America’

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump sat down for a unique interview recently with the “Moms for America Podcast,” where he discussed motherhood, parenting, and the keys to restoring American greatness.

This past week, the parental rights group “Moms for America” strongly endorsed Trump’s 2024 run for reelection, calling for a leader who would “defend the family, and stand for truth and common sense even when it isn’t popular to do so.”

His interview provided relaxed, conversational insight into hot-button topics like immigration, energy production, and school policy while also touching on more personal points like his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, and his youngest son, Barron.

“Everything they do is incredible,” the president said of moms. “…when you have a great mom, you have a great young woman or young man, it just works out that way.”

He added that his own mother was “very special.” He also described her as “loving” and a “very good person.”

President Trump said the First Lady was doing a “tremendous job with my son, who’s a fantastic guy.”

He was referring to Barron, who is now 17 years old and, according to the president, stands at an impressive 6 feet 8 inches tall. The president said that Barron was a “great young man and a very good student.”

He also touched on some lifelong advice that he has given his children and, now, his grandchildren: no drugs, no alcohol, and no cigarettes. He highlighted the increasingly fatalistic drug problem within the United States today and said that with children, avoiding drugs altogether was the best option.

“It’s much easier to keep them away – once they get hooked, it’s a whole different ballgame,” he commented.

He derided the Chinese-made fentanyl flowing across the southern border and pointed out that most of the rampant human traffickers’ victims were women and mothers. “We [Trump administration] had everything, really, in great shape in this country and now it’s just so sad to see,” he added.

The president advocated for a return to common sense policies in education, criticizing the radical transgender agenda and the “sexual mutilation of children.” He explained, “We’re going to end that – and these indoctrination programs are out of control.”

He further predicted that Republicans would likely do “very well in this coming election, “ warning ominously that if “we don’t win the presidential election of 2024…I think our country is going to be essentially finished.”

President Trump vowed to kick start energy production in the United States, which would rapidly address out-of-control inflation, which he called a “country buster.”

Lastly, Trump discussed the importance of elevating God in America, adding that when God is in the lives of the family and the country, “it just works out a lot better!”

“If we win this election…we’re going to make our country great again, and maybe better than ever before,” he concluded.

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