President Trump took an alliterative swing at Joe Biden on Sunday in the great state of Iowa, where he eviscerated his Democrat political opponent for having “three major problems” that started with “I”: “Inflation, immigration, and incompetence.”
The president flamed Biden this weekend while speaking in Ottumwa at the Bridge View Center, where thousands of enthusiastic supporters packed the house to listen to the 45th president talk about American agriculture, as well as his forward-looking policies that he will implement as the prospective 47th president of the United States.
“The great silent majority is rising like never before,” Trump said, teasing a 2024 presidential win that would be the “greatest political victory in history.”
Throughout his speech, Trump covered a variety of topics, including foreign policy, economic policy, American manufacturing, ethanol production, and farming.
He stated, “We need straight elections, free and fair, we need closed borders. People have to come into our country legally!”
An estimated 2,500 people packed into the venue to hear Trump speak, according to Trump Senior Advisor Jason Miller.
The president’s remarks in Iowa were preceded by campaign events last Monday in South Carolina, and then Wednesday in Michigan, where he spoke to striking UAW workers. He also delivered a speech in Anaheim, California on Friday.