It is exactly what you want to hear from the leader of the free world. In the face of constant reminders of the frailty of President Joe Biden and policies that are destroying our nation, the American people need to see Trump’s example of clarity, strength, and commitment to “making America great again.” [firefly_poll] And Trump needs to give that to them to win 2024. Regardless of whether or not he truly doesn’t think about going to jail in his occasionally vulnerable moments, he could never voice it. Nor would he. Great leaders carry on, regardless of the circumstances around them. Even so, few would have the fortitude to be able to go about their daily lives with such gusto while the prospect — however remote — of a lifetime prison sentence looms over them. This is even more the case for politicians campaigning under such tumultuous conditions and a grueling schedule. But Trump doesn’t seem fazed in the least. If the tables were turned, I hardly think President Biden would be so unwavering and calm. We’ve seen how he reacts when the circumstances around him suddenly go askew. He either trips over his tongue, breaks out in a sinister grin accompanied by derisive laughter, or succumbs to rage. [ic_related] Trump explained his resolve to Welker in this way, “I’m built a little differently I guess, because I have had people come up to me and say, ‘How do you do it, sir? How do you do it?’ I don’t even think about it.” Seems the Democrats’ tactics aren’t working. By the looks of it, the four indictments against Trump have only fueled his determination to win the 2024 election and get back to business. “These are corrupt people that I am dealing with,” Trump told Welker. “They are destroying our country. I don’t even think about it. All I think about is making the country great. Making America great.” As Welker pressed on to conclude the interview with her pound of flesh in sight, she tried to ensnare the former president in words that would equate with an acknowledgment that he had lost the 2020 election. Trump did not take the bait.
Interviewer: “When you go to bed at night, do you worry about going to jail?”Trump: “No I don’t. I’m built a little differently I guess. These are corrupt people that I’m dealing with. All I think about is making the country great. These are Banana Republic indictments.” pic.twitter.com/D6RkAJhOSJ — TheBlaze (@theblaze) September 17, 2023
Trump’s response: “I’m not acknowledging. I say I won the election.” There are plenty of voters who say that, too. This is about today, though. And today, Trump’s Herculean demeanor is being noticed by new voters as well as those who want him stopped. To what length they will go to stop him, that remains to be seen. But as long as so many among us consider Trump “our nation’s last great hope,” he will undoubtedly have more trials to overcome as well as opportunities to star in his own modern-day epic tale, where his true colors keep shining through. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Trump claims he needed 22,000 more votes to win. Welker presses.Welker: “Mr. President, you’re saying you needed more votes to win the election, are you acknowledging you didn’t win?” Trump: “I’m not acknowledging, no. I say we won the election.” 🇺🇸Join👉 @SGTnewsNetwork pic.twitter.com/d9P4uB2MFR — Lydia Formichella (@MAGAlydiafree) September 17, 2023