Trump says New York ‘CAN BE WON,’ talks about future of America after 2024

by Summer Lane

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President Trump was in fine form on Saturday night, where he delivered a slate of insightful remarks at the New York Young Republican Club’s 111th Annual Gala, thanking a lineup of conservative leaders for their work and discussing the possibility of winning the great state of New York in 2024.

“I’m telling you, this is a place that can be won, and we have the team to do it,” he declared.

He railed against his political opponents, who have been attacking him with “one hoax, witch hunt, and abuse of power after another.”

Trump slammed election irregularities, calling the 2020 election “rigged” and scorching the far left for being “a bunch of cheaters.”

“They rigged and stole the election of 2020, and since Biden got in he has been weaponizing government against his political opponents,” he said.

He also added that he wasn’t so sure if it was really Biden in the White House, remarking that Biden was the “perfect vessel” for the people who surround him and allegedly control his every move.

“…Since the indictment, the gloves are off,” Trump remarked, referring to the ongoing legal attacks he has faced in 2023, amid his battle to reclaim the White House next year.

“Crooked Joe Biden’s banana republic ends on November 5, 2024,” he said.

He also talked about the difference between misinformation and disinformation, lambasting the media and his political opponents for accusing him of being a “threat to democracy.”

“They are sick people – they don’t care about our country,” he lamented.

He further warned that the country was “very, very close to a depression, the likes of which we’ve never seen.”

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