(Big League Politics) – President Donald Trump promised a “glorious victory in 2024” to supporters at a rally in Perry, Georgia, in the latest sign the 45th President intends to return to the White House for a second term.
Trump suggested only a “bad call from a doctor” would prevent him from running a comeback campaign, which could make Trump the first President since Grover Cleveland to serve non-consecutive terms in office. Former NFL runningback and Georgian Herschel Walker appeared and spoke at the rally, reannouncing his intention to run for the US Senate seat occupied by Democrat Raphael Warnock.
The 45th President also spoke in defense of political prisoners charged with serious crimes for essentially trespassing and disorderly conduct in the US Capitol in January, questioning the impartiality of prosecutors seemingly interested in political vengeance against Trump supporters.
President Trump Talking About Ashli Babbitt & The January 6th Political Prisoners At Rally In Georgia pic.twitter.com/aHNsFkPsgd
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) September 26, 2021
A Georgia Marine who was photographed holding an Afghan baby who required medical treatment during airlift operations in Kabul was also invited on stage at the rally.
We are so thankful for the men who have served this country. Thank you, President Trump for recognizing the heroic actions of LCpl Hunter Clark!
Thank you, LCpl Clark! pic.twitter.com/qP43JIn2pe
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) September 26, 2021
Trump likened Biden’s embrace of an “America Last” border and immigration policy to incompetence in the face of an “invasion,” arguing Biden could finish Trump’s wall in the southern border in one month and calling for him to reinstate the game-changing Remain in Mexico policy.
Trump pointed to the presence of a caravan of 15,000 Haitian illegal immigrants at Del Rio International Bridge at the US-Mexico border as a product of the “worst border crisis in history.”
The President also broke down the findings of the Arizona audit, a report commissioned by the Arizona Senate on the 2020. President Trump urged national Republicans to ensure election integrity for the 2024 election.