In a momentous engagement in New Hampshire, the previous leader of our nation, Donald Trump, shared that his intentions for future international relations revolve around finding diplomatic solutions if he should secure a win in the forthcoming 2024 election.
In his address, he further committed to rebuilding ‘American strength, power, and prestige’ on the global stage. Trump communicated that ‘Peace through strength’ was much more than a mere political slogan for him; to him it is both an ethical obligation and a pledge made to the people of America.
He assured the crowd gathered in Claremont, ‘In my tenure as President, I aspire to be your international mediator from the Oval Office, amplifying American strength, power, and prestige’.
Throughout his address, he made several key commitments and statements of intent, specifically referencing his unique ability among 2024 presidential candidates, to halt the current leader Joe Biden from potentially leading the nation towards a third World War.
He engaged the audience stating, ‘Irrespective of your political ideology, be it Democrat, Republican, or Independent, your choice becomes crystal clear when it comes to safeguarding your children from being potentially drafted to foreign battlefields, securing your nation from devastation, and preventing your economy from ruin’.
‘If you seek to safeguard American lives and treasures from dissipating in avoidable global conflicts, the decision is simplistic: give your vote to former President Donald J. Trump’, he emphatically affirmed.
Further elaborating on his previous initiatives, Trump reaffirmed his intention to reestablish the ‘travel ban’ from certain nations resistant to the American way of life, particularly those overtly nurturing anti-American sentiments, and supporting proxies for terror in the Middle East. He also reiterated his ambitious plan for the ‘largest domestic deportation operation’, aiming to locate, and ultimately expel individuals supporting Hamas, as well as those involved in human trafficking at the southern border and undocumented residents.
On the occasion of Veterans Day, former President Trump hit out at the ‘prolonged years of disgrace, deception, and disregard of the Obama-Biden administration’ shown towards our nation’s veterans. He expressed his concern about the troubling times when ‘America’s brave warriors were dealt a tragic hand, and they were treated unjustly, with no avenue for fighting back’.
‘It wasn’t the best of times for our men and women, who were rendered defenseless. There were those who mistreated our veterans, and the existing laws, both civil and service-related, rendered us powerless. Nothing could be done, no matter the level of injustice.’ lamented Trump.
He then revived a popular phrase from his successful TV show ‘The Apprentice,’ saying ‘It was a matter of ‘you’re fired; get out,’ to thunderous applause from the attending audience. He also expressed disbelief over the current administration’s decision, ‘I’m not sure if you’re aware, but Biden wishes to bring them all back, can you believe it?’
As former President Trump gears up for the 2024 elections, there are several efforts to prevent him from appearing on the ballot, using the ‘insurrection’ clause of the 14th Amendment. The clause reads, ‘No person shall hold any office under the United States, or any state who, having previously sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States, engages in insurrection or rebellion against the same.’
However, it also stipulates that ‘Congress can, on receiving a two-thirds vote in each House, remove such a condition.’ This lays down the legal groundwork for any attempts to keep Trump from the election.
Still, there have been recent setbacks for those aiming to bar his candidacy. For example, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled against efforts to keep Trump off the Minnesota ballot. They issued an order, stating that neither the state’s judiciary nor its election officials have the jurisdiction to stop the Republican Party from including Trump as a candidate on the GOP primary ballot.
In their declaration, they added that ‘Five justices weighed in on the issue, while two recused themselves,’ as reported by The Hill.