Trump touches down in Atlanta ahead of fundraiser expected to bring in MILLIONS

by Summer Lane

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President Trump disembarked from Trump Force One on a sunny, windy morning in Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday, where he stopped to speak briefly with supporters and the press before heading to a fundraiser that is expected to pull in millions.

The president spoke on a variety of issues while he was meeting with the press just outside of his plane, before jumping into a motorcade poised to take him into the heart of Atlanta.

Trump eviscerated Joe Biden as a “low-IQ individual” and blasted him for failing to support Israel in their struggle against Hamas. “He has abandoned Israel,” he remarked.

In remarks made to RSBN, Trump zeroed in on his dominant general election polling numbers. “We are doing GREAT in the polls,” he acknowledged.

“I’m leading in every single poll, and I’m leading them by a lot…Biden is the worst president in the history of our country – he’s corrupt,” he continued.

The president slammed Democrats for wanting to “quadruple everyone’s taxes” and flamed the Biden DOJ and the federal government for being responsible for propagating the ongoing legal cases against him.

“I’m sure the people aren’t going to stand for it…they’ve weaponized the justice department…it’s done a lot of third world countries and banana republics…NEVER in this country,” he commented.

Trump also cast a forward-looking vision, predicting that “we’re going to have a tremendous victory” in the November 2024 general election.

“I predict that November 5th will go down as the most important day in the history of our country,” he said.

The president concluded, “I predict November 5th – [will be] the most important day in the history of our country and it’s going to be Christian visibility day…Christians are going to come out and they’re going to vote like never before!”

Shortly after leaving the airport, the president and his staff swung by a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Atlanta, where the president met with more supporters, took photos, and again spoke with the press. He joked that Chick-fil-A was “the Lord’s chicken.”

Trump is expected to raise around $5 million in Atlanta today, according to AJC Politics.

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