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Former President Donald Trump held a rally in Florida a second one after leaving White House


Former US President Donald Trump held a second rally after leaving the White House.

Record-breaking more than ten thousand people gathered in Sarasota (Florida) on the 4th of July eve to hear the former president and nonofficial leader of the Republican party at his second "Save America" rally.

It wasn’t a surprise that Trump traditionally started his speech by criticizing the election 2020 before congratulating his supporters with Independence Day.

In a short way, after slamming Joe Biden’s failed longing for energy independence and blaming China and Germany for “big wind towers that are running and rusting” and “make a lot of noise”, the former president expressed his support to the law enforcement agencies.

“To all law enforcement, I want you to know that American people thank you, they believe in you, they love you, they respect you, they need you. And we are going to fight for you,” Trump said. “Law enforcement was being treated very badly but we love you.”

Then Trump took a shot at President Biden’s border policy and called the border “disaster.”

“We are going to elect Republic in congress to terminate Joe Biden’s open border catastrophe, defund his extreme agenda and give our ICE and border patrol resources support and gratitude they so richly deserve.”  

While talking about the border crisis, Trump recalled a new agenda that falsely blames Republicans for wanting to defund the police.

“Now they are saying, ‘the Republicans wanted to defund the police’. I said, ‘you know, I hear this for the first time. Did I hear it wrong? Please, play that over again.”

“It is such a disaster what these people do,” Trump concluded.

Trump also talked about the rise of gun violence, saying that “the bloodshed is beyond belief.”

Trump didn’t forget to mention the deadly disaster in Surfside where 24 were officially confirmed dead after a condo building collapsed. Trump condoled the family members of the victims.

In all, it was reported that Trump’s Florida speech didn’t differ much from the one he delivered recently in Ohio. 

Author: Usa Really