Trump receives warm welcome in Iowa, marking 100-day caucus countdown

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump received a warm welcome in Waterloo, Iowa, on Saturday afternoon, where he delivered remarks at a Team Trump Commit to Caucus Event, addressing prospective caucus-goers just three months out from the anticipated Iowa caucuses.

Trump greeted the energetic crowd that packed into the National Cattle Congress to hear remarks from the 45th president, saying that it was an “honor” to be in the state.

The president also said that the size of the crowd was impressive, noting, “You’ve got a LOT of people outside, too – they want to get in!”

Trump was greeted with applause and cheering as he kicked off his comments on the importance of the upcoming caucuses, which are just 100 days away.

“We have to win bigger than ever before because our country’s going to HELL,” he declared, drawing cries of agreement from the audience.

“We have got to get him out of there, he is BAD NEWS,” Trump said of Biden, highlighting the sudden and horrific war that has kicked off in Israel right now in the wake of the Hamas terrorist invasion.

“…The Israeli attack was made because we are perceived as being weak and ineffective and with a really weak leader,” Trump explained.

President Trump also noted that in order to win the presidential election in 2024, “we’re not going to stand” for any ballot fraud or election tampering. “The best way to stop the cheating is to swamp em’,” he commented.

He also said that “we’re not going to let” the election to be stolen again, and mysteriously added that “we have some very good controls in place” that may help prevent such a prospective upset.

“They can only cheat so much – even them!” he commented.

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