MUST-SEE: Trump Says The 9 Words We All Wanted To Hear… Met With HUGE Applause

(Liberty Bell) – Former President Donald Trump knows how to work a crowd. He’s a charismatic leader who has won people over with his take-no-prisoners attitude, dedication to telling the truth, and to being the voice of a group of people that is traditionally mocked and ignored in the mainstream media and in our culture as a whole.

And he employed the use of all his charm during a recent rally where he drove an audience wild as he discussed the 2024 presidential race, as many of his supporters continue to wait with bated breath to find out whether or not he’ll be giving the White House another go.

The Western Journal said Trump gave a speech on Friday in support of North Carolina U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Ted Budd. Trump has a stellar record when it comes to endorsements. The vast majority of his picks have managed to win their primaries and are all set to take on the Democrats this November. If the red wave comes as predicted, that means you’ll see a brand new kind of Republican in Congress this next term.

It looks like the days of the establishment are numbered.

“Trump predicted that his political movement would recapture the White House in the 2024 presidential election,” the Western Journal stated.

“Speaking at the outdoor Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport, Trump first predicted that Republicans would secure majorities in the House of Representatives and the Senate in the November midterms, a goal for which Budd’s election will be crucial,” the story continued.

The Western Journal then went on to detail, “Trump made an apologetic nod to Budd when referring to 2024 as the most important milestone facing the Make America Great Again movement, admitting that the contest was even more important than the midterms.”

“And in 2024, most importantly, I gotta say Ted. I’m sorry, but most importantly. I shouldn’t say that, Ted. But most importantly,” the former president said during his speech.

“We’re going to take back our magnificent White House,” Trump stated.

During his endorsement speech, Trump went on to make a promise to restore federal immigration enforcement from the current non-existent state it is in, thanks to Joe Biden, who is hellbent on allowing millions of illegal migrants to flood into the country. Trump wants to reinstate the policies that were in place during his administration and provide much needed support for immigration agencies such as Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Border Patrol.

“We will shut down Biden’s border disaster, re-institute our strong Remain in Mexico policy,” Trump remarked on the hot button issue. “Strengthen the patriots of ICE, and Border Patrol… We will again end catch-and-release, we will end chain migration… All things we did before! They just had to leave it alone.”

The former president then said, “We will end the visa lottery, which is a disaster, we will clamp down on illegal immigration just like we did less than two years ago, when we had, again, the greatest, strongest border in the history of our country.”

Trump has not come out and made an official announcement concerning his intentions to run in 2024, but many of his comments certainly seem to hint that is the direction he is going. Considering the massive amount of support he still has in the Republican Party, which is attested to by his success rate in backing candidates, many folks in the realm of political analysis are saying the prospect of him running for office in 2024 is a matter of “when,” not “if.”

“Polling suggests Trump is heavily favored to win the Republican nomination for president in 2024, with some surveys even showing the 45th president with an outright majority of support,” the Western Journal reported.

Adding to the mountain of evidence that suggests Trump is still more or less the head honcho when it comes to the GOP, the crowd that attended the North Carolina event clearly demonstrated he’s still a big time draw.

“Thousands were at Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport to hear from Trump,” WRAL-TV in Raleigh went on to say about Trump’s appearance at the rally. “People in line said they came from various parts of the country including South Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. They said they realize how much North Carolina is a battleground state.”

If he were to run, win the nomination and stomp out whoever he runs against from the Democratic Party — there’s currently a lot of speculation floating around that Biden won’t run for reelection — Trump would then become the second president in U.S. history to serve non-consecutive terms as president.

The other one was Democratic President Grover Cleveland who served two different terms in the White House during the 19th century.

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