Donald Trump is back in the public with big bang. Not only that the former President of the US has announced to contest for Presidential race next year in 2024, also, he is seen is seen holding public rallies and giving catchy statements.
On Saturday, Trump that the next election would be America’s last chance for salvation as he attempted to revive a faltering third run for the White House in two US states that launched his winning 2016 presidential campaign.
Addressing a midsized crowed of his followers and party workers in South Carolina’s capital Columbia , the 76 years old but well determined republican said he optimistic to make it to the White House next year following grand victory.
“The 2024 election is our one shot to save our country and we need a leader who’s ready to do that on day one,” Trump was quoted as saying from a podium beneath the Statehouse rotunda, flanked by American flags and some of his most loyal political allies.
According to Malaysia Now, the events were seen as a chance to revitalise a stuttering campaign amid criticism over Trump’s failure to make any public appearances since he announced his latest run in November.
But there was no discernible shift in his messaging as he launched into his debunked claims of a stolen 2020 election and reprised his litany of disparaging nicknames for his political rivals.
He touched on favourite culture war talking points, railing against critical race theory that he said was being taught in the military as well as gender ideology and windmills that he said were mainly Chinese-made bird-killers.
“There’s only one president who has ever challenged the entire establishment in Washington, and with your vote next year, we will do it again,” he said seeking to revive his 2016 image as an insurgent outsider.
Trump’s most divisive remarks were reserved for the conservative critics he refers to as “Rinos” – Republicans in name only – whom he criticised at both events, arguing in New Hampshire that they were “even more dangerous than Democrats.”
While addressing his followers and party activists in Salem former President of the US touted his record on law and order, immigration and “rebuilding” the US military as he vowed to save the country from “being destroyed by a selfish, radical, corrupt political establishment.”
“I’m more angry now and more committed now than I ever was,” Malaysia Now quoted him as saying.