Trump is appearing again at campaign relaunch events

Trump is appearing again at campaign relaunch events

This time the former president gave shorter speeches than other times. He did not appear to large crowds, but to a small audience.

Specifically, in the town of Salem, New Hampshire, he gave a speech in a high school auditorium; while appearing in the state of South Carolina accompanied by lawmakers from that state and local leaders in the state legislature in the city of Columbia.

Although the setting was different, the tone of his speech was the same and, as on other occasions, he began phrases he had lost track of to immediately connect to another subject.

One of the central issues, however, was immigration: he again proposed strengthening the border and, as when he launched his campaign in 2016, assured that migrants and refugees arriving irregularly in the US are “murderers” and “rapists” are. “.

During the two rallies, he mocked the administration of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, assuring that when he was president of the United States he pressured Mexico to accept the controversial “Stay in Mexico” program, which migrants and refugees to stay. in that country while their asylum applications were processed.

In addition, he bragged about the pressure he allegedly subjected the presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua to prevent their citizens from migrating to the US.

Trump also had time to lash out at China and Germany, though he received the greatest applause when he addressed the cultural issues that divide the United States.

For example, he stated that if he returns to the White House, he will not allow transgender people to participate in sports that do not match their biological sex.

Trump is the only Republican Party figure to declare his willingness to run in the primary, despite being involved in several legal issues.

The former president faces numerous investigations, including one by a special prosecutor appointed by the Justice Department to investigate his role in the 2021 attack on the Capitol and possession of classified documents at his mansion in Mar-a-Lago to investigate.

The name that sounds most like a possible rival to Trump is that of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has gained the support of part of the Republican base with the passage of several conservative bills, as it is popularly known like ‘don’t say gay’, which prohibits talking about gender identity in school.

Source: El heraldo

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