Trump Announces 2024 Campaign Slogan — And It’s a Doozy

This weekend, Donald Trump did what he does best: energize a crowd and make people excited to be an American.

You just don’t get that with any Democrat, many of whom believe living in this country is something to be ashamed of and are working tirelessly to change everything that makes it great.

Americans are as enthusiastic as ever to vote for Donald Trump – or any America First Republican for that matter – in 2024 as a direct response to the woke dictatorship we live under today. Lest we forget, it’s the Democrats who remain champions of medical tyranny, who continue to punish small businesses, and who wish to spend our taxpayer dollars until there’s absolutely nothing left. They want socialism. Trump? He’s calling for freedom.

Former President Donald Trump spoke Saturday at a rally in Iowa, telling a crowd of supporters that he was “going to take America back.”

For legal reasons, Trump did not officially announce a 2024 presidential bid, but never has a potential candidate or former president teased supporters this thoroughly without eventually making the announcement.

Standing at the podium, thousands of supporters eager for every word, the Former President unveiled a possible slogan of his campaign to be, “Make America Great Again, Again.”

Trump also recalled winning the state’s vote during the 2020 presidential election and expressed his support for keeping Iowa’s lead-off state position in the presidential primaries and caucuses.

The former president went on to expose the Democrats for stealing the previous election and went on to accuse them, a party in complete peril, unable to pass the radical agenda of their cognitively deficient leader Joe Biden, of pushing the country to the “brink of ruin.”

“We’re going to take America back,” he said.

Trump also touted the results of the Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll published last week which found his approval rating among the Iowans to be 53%.

“We’re at the highest we’ve ever been,” he said.

A late September poll by Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa showed that only 39% of the state residents approved of Biden’s job as a president.

Even without his social media accounts, which were crucial in earning Trump a spot in the White House in 2016, the Former President’s sheer presence reverberates across the country, revitalizing those Americans who are quickly losing faith in our democratic process.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth