May 22, 2022

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Trump predicted at a conservative rally in Florida

Trump predicted at a conservative rally in Florida

Saturday, the third day of the main annual meeting of American conservatives in Orlando, Florida, was full of electricity and excitement. There are American flags and red caps to welcome Donald Trump.

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At the “Conservative Political Action Conference” (CPAC), the former president did not lose his brilliance among the participants.

Mr Trump, 75, will deliver the keynote address. Vanessa Browsard of Texas is a strong supporter of the wealthy businessman. She said she had not slept the night before and was excited to see him soon.

“I do not think there are words that describe how I feel about Donald Trump,” said Ms. Browsard, 40.

“I have seen his work as the 45th President of the United States. We have a thriving economy (…), with a wall built on our southern border. Made the country light up. America is evolving, ”she adds enthusiastically.

The atmosphere at the hotel where the meeting was taking place changed drastically with the intervention of the former president. The banners thus developed were “Trump 2024” – the year of the upcoming presidential election – and pins announcing that the last election won by Democrat Joe Biden had been stolen from him.

In addition, the signs do not hesitate to insult the current president. People everywhere wear hats with the Donald Trump flagship slogan “Make America Great Again”. Students, couples with children, seniors; Everyone came for him.

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While waiting for his speech, five people, each wearing a T-shirt with his name on it, sat next to each other in a large conference room.

To most conservatives here, Mr. They hope Trump returns to the Providential, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington.

Maria Boham, 59, arrived at the entrance to the conference compound to share the message.

Speaking about the midterm elections next November and the 2024 presidential election, she said, “Without Donald Trump, no one can win this election.

“He defends God, he defends family (…), he defends my values ​​so we will continue to support him. Full stop,” she said.