Trump Declares Big Political Speech 2023
In a sign that he is ramping up his 2024 campaign, former President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he is planning a significant political speech.
Trump made his plans public in a Truth Social post. The former president responded to reports claiming that his presidential campaign is off to a poor start, but he did not elaborate on the topic of the speech.
The fake news claims that I am not actively campaigning. Trump wrote on the platform, “I say they are stupid and corrupt, with the election still a long way off.” But don’t worry; there will be a lot of giant rats and other events soon. Everything will be wild and thrilling.
Without specifying when he would deliver the speech, Trump added that he would deliver it at the Trump Doral resort in Miami, Florida. Together, we will save our nation from doom and restore America’s greatness.
Trump has come under increasing fire from members of the Republican Party since he announced on November 15 that he would be running for president for the third time. Dr. Mehmet Oz, Don Bolduc, Blake Masters, and other Trump-backed Senate candidates have all laid the blame on the former president for Republicans’ disappointing midterm results.
Additionally, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has not publicly stated whether he will run for president in 2024, may present Trump with his most formidable Republican challenge to date. Even though some opinion polls show that Trump and DeSantis are close, there has been a lot of speculation about whether the governor, who is widely regarded as a rising star in the Republican Party, would enter the race.
Trump stated in a recent interview that running against DeSantis would be bad for the Florida Republican. I now hear that he might want to run against me, as you know. Trump stated, “So we’ll handle that the way I handle things,” adding that his endorsement of DeSantis in 2018 resulted in his election as governor; By about 20 points, DeSantis was elected to another term.
Other than Trump, no other Republican has said that they would run for president in 2024. Even though polls show that Trump and DeSantis are by far the front-runners, former Vice President Mike Pence, former CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley have indicated that they might run.
The former president stated on Wednesday that he is aiming to reinstate his Facebook account after it was banned in January 2021, which is yet another indication of a stepped-up campaign.
Trump stated in an interview with Fox News that Meta’s Facebook, which is owned by Meta, needs us more than they need them. “The Mark Zuckerberg-operated Meta lost $700 billion since I was de-platformed,” Trump said, referring to the substantial stock losses that the Menlo Park,
California-based company has experienced in recent months. The ex-president, whose account was reinstated on Twitter toward the end of 2022, claimed that all of the social media platforms that had previously banned him had suffered losses.
Trump stated that his deplatforming has been regarded as a significant business mistake for them, Twitter, and others. Trump added, “It would be fine with me if they took us back because it would greatly assist them.”
Zuckerberg made the Metaverse and the formation of Meta, which oversees Facebook, Instagram, and other social media ventures, at the end of 2021. According to analysts, the Metaverse and rebranding have not worked out, and Meta recently announced that it would lay off more than 11,000 employees as a result of lower-than-anticipated earnings and bleak economic forecasts for the United States.
Facebook, according to reports, was Trump’s primary digital fundraising platform during his 2020 campaign. He would once more be able to solicit donations if he had complete access to his accounts.
The Epoch Times was informed on Wednesday night by Liz Harrington, a Trump spokesperson, that it is unclear whether Trump will re-join Twitter. A poll on the platform was conducted by Elon Musk, the new CEO, and the results showed that the majority of users wanted to reinstate Trump’s account, which had more than 80 million followers.
Harrington extolled the virtues of Trump-owned Truth Social while stating, “We’ll have to see what happens.” As of now, I am not here to make any announcements. Harrington added: We are aware that Truth Social is doing extremely well; the platform does not have any censorship, shadow banning, or bots at all. It is an excellent venue for free speech. But we won’t know for sure if [Trump] will return to Twitter and make use of it as a campaign tool.