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Video: Donald Trump Slams Biden And Democrats ‘Radical Agenda’ In Epic CPAC Speech

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(PM.) As the midterm elections for Congress loom in November, Trump praised those in the conservative movement who are running to take over leadership positions in Congress. As to what that new Congress should do, Trump gave a few pointers as to what they should campaign on, and what they should do once their seats were won and they took office.



As to the crowd, Trump said these people “are the beating heart of the conservative movement,” as well as the loyal defenders of our heritage, our culture, our Constitution, our God given rights. You never stop fighting for America,” he said, “and I will never stop fighting for you.”

Trump joked with the crowd, which they’ve come to expect from the man who never stopped campaigning since he left office in January 2021, and he thanked those supporters who have stood by him, including the Schlapp family, his former White House doctor Ronny Jackson, and Congressmen Matt Gaetz, Lauren Boebert, and Marjorie Taylor Greene.

At the mention of these names, and others that Trump has endorsed and supported, the audience roared their approval. Tudor Dixon, running for governor in Michigan, also garnered a big round of applause.





The way Trump talks to his audience is personable, as though he’s speaking to friends rather than as leader speaks to constituents. Trump’s supporters feel that they know him personally, in part because of the casual way he addresses them, but also because he is available to be heard, at rallies, at events and conferences. His supporters and fans go out to see him wherever he lands and takes up a stage to address a crowd.

“She’s an incredible woman,” Trump said of Kari Lake, saying that Doug Ducey, the outgoing governor of Arizona, is a “RINO who didn’t do the job.” He promised his support through rallies in the state during the final few months of the campaign.




Ric Grenell and Kash Patel, both former members of the Trump administration, as well as Jay Aiba and Glenn Beck got shout outs for their support and the work they’ve done.

CPAC’s straw poll this year shows another win for Trump this year, and Trump said it “was an honor,” and when he heard he’d received a 99 percent approval rating, he lamented that it wasn’t 100 percent. This, too, was part of the engaging way that Trump handles his supporters, and what keeps him at the top of the GOP constituency.

“The Hispanic people are incredible,” he said. “They have really embraced the Republican Party. I say actually embraced me,” he joked.

“Now there’s a great feeling of unity,” he said of the straw poll, and the 99 percent. “I think we have to do what we have to do to take our nation back. Our country is being destroyed from the inside out. America is on the edge of an abyss, and our movement is the only force on Earth that can save it.”



“I can say that this movement right here, what we do in the next few months and the never few years will determine whether American civilization will collapse or fail or whether it will try and thrive, frankly, like never before.

“This is no time for complacency. We cannot be complacent. We have to seize this opportunity to deal with the radical left socialist fascists. And we have to hit them very, very hard and have a crippling defeat, because our country cannot take it,” he said.

Trump lambasted globalism, as well, saying “if we do this not only will we fire Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi—What was she doing?” He asked, saying that Pelosi “played right into their hands, because now they have an excuse to do whatever they want to do.”

Under his leadership, Trump said, Pelosi never would have gone to Taiwan and courted the wrath of the Chinese Communist Party. Pelosi recently brought a congressional delegation to Taiwan, which was brushed off by the White House as not their call. China swiftly launched a show of force over Taiwan.


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