Donald Trump warned on Saturday that he was the only 2024 presidential candidate capable of saving the United States from the “warmongering” Democrats as well as the “bigots and fools” of the Republican Party, during the annual high mass of the conservatives Americans gathered in Washington.
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The former president of the United States says that Americans are in the midst of an “epic fight to save our country from people who hate it”, on the last day of CPAC, a major political convention organized this week in the suburbs from Washington.
As Americans go to the polls next year for the presidential election, Donald Trump, who formalized his candidacy in November, spoke for almost an hour and forty, sparing no one, including his own camp.
“We had a Republican Party run by freaks, neoconservatives, globalists, bigoted open borders, and jerks,” he said, citing several party luminaries by name.
American voters, Trump said, are tired of “ingrained bipartisan political dynasties, rotten special interests, China-loving politicians” and supporters of “endless foreign wars.”
“We’re going to have a third world war if something doesn’t happen soon,” he warned after openly disapproving of US aid to Ukraine.
“I am the only candidate who can make this promise: I will prevent World War III”, assured the ex-president, defeated by Democratic President Joe Biden in 2020.
CPAC was until recently the main gathering of conservative leaders in the United States, but it has been entirely swallowed up by Donald Trump’s far-right ‘Make America Great Again’ movement, with experts now calling the “MAGApalooza” event.
The 2023 edition was marked by numerous speeches by some of the most committed Trumpists in the country, even if many potential candidates for 2024 and Republican leaders skipped the convention.
Former President Jair Bolsonaro, defeated in Brazil’s last presidential election, garnered loud applause from the room on Saturday, displaying his closeness to Donald Trump.
“In 2016, I said: I am your voice. Today, I add: I am your warrior. I am your righteousness. And for those who have been wronged and betrayed: I am your retribution, ”said Mr. Trump in front of a packed room.
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