Trump Vows to Destroy "Demonic Forces" and Reclaim White House in 2024
by FARUK IMAMOVIC | VIEW 414
The former US President, Donald Trump, made a return to the political stage on Saturday, speaking at a rally in Waco, Texas. The event marked the start of his campaign for the 2024 presidential election, as he aims to reclaim the White House.
Campaign Themes and Accusations
In his speech, Trump revisited many of his familiar themes, blaming immigrants for a number of the country's issues and promising to restore the US economy to its former glory. He also repeated false claims that his election loss in 2020 was due to a fraud orchestrated by the Democrats.
Trump went on to claim that some American politicians are a greater threat to the US than either China or Russia, and that "demonic forces" are trying to destroy the country. He stated: "Either the deep state destroys America or we destroy the deep state."
Investigations and Persecution
The former president is currently under investigation by Manhattan prosecutors for violating campaign finance laws, following allegations that he paid adult film star Stormy Daniels $130,000 to keep quiet about a relationship in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
Despite this, Trump remained defiant, claiming that the investigations against him are false and that he is being persecuted using "Stalinist methods". He stated: "From the beginning, it has been one witch-hunt and phony investigation after another."
Trump's Message to Supporters
Trump told his supporters that his enemies are "desperate" to stop him, and that their attempts to crush his spirit and break his will have only made him stronger.
He declared: "And 2024 is the final battle. It's going to be the big one. You put me back in the White House, their reign will be over and America will be a free nation once again." Donald Trump's return to the political stage has reignited his base of supporters, as he looks to reclaim the White House in 2024.
Despite ongoing investigations, he remains defiant, claiming that he is being persecuted and that his opponents have failed to break his spirit. The next few months will likely see more events and speeches from the former president, as he lays the groundwork for his campaign.