Trump Claims 2024 Race Is “The Final Battle”

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( – On March 4 during the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), former President Trump delivered an address that contained a lot of his messaging for the 2024 presidential election. During his speech, Trump presented the presidential race as an existential battle for the nation’s future, according to The Hill.

The crowd which was made up of hardcore Trump supporters met for the conference in National Harbor, Md. During his address, Trump said that if they “don’t do this, our country will be lost forever.” He continued to say that he wanted to see people who would place the nation first, not Republicans in Name Only (RINOs) and globalists.

He claimed that everyone knows that this is “the final battle” and that if “they win” the country will be no more. The former president went on to describe himself as a “warrior” working for “retribution in Washington.” He noted that in 2016, he had made the same declaration that he was people’s voice, and how he was adding that he was the people’s warrior and justice.

The speech, which lasted close to 2 hours, included a number of comments and remarks that Trump is known for, including his 2020 presidential loss and other grievances with Republicans in Washington. He even referenced his feud with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) as well as with other Republican adversaries of his like Ryan, and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah). However, one person he did not mention during his speech was Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).

During his speech, the crowd often chanted “Four more years!” and “USA! USA!” However, while the crowd was energetic, the room in which Trump spoke was not full during the event.

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