FORMER President Donald Trump hosted another Save America rally in Pennsylvania.
During the rally, Trump shared another compilation of Biden’s faux pas and also discussed the success of his social media app TRUTH.
The event in support of GOP nominee for US Senate and television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz took place Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
Trump announced he is endorsing Oz in April 2022, telling USA Today Pennsylvania has “a tremendous opportunity to save America by voting for the brilliant and well-known” candidate.
The rally welcomed speakers including Pennsylvania Congressmen John Joyce, Mike Kelly and Jim Bognet, as well as MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and Dinesh D’Souza, a political commentator and director of the documentary 2,000 Mules.
It comes after another rally held by the former Apprentice host on May 1, 2022, when Trump traveled to Nebraska to hold a Save America rally at I-80 Speedway near Greenwood.
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When is the next Save America rally?
According to Trump’s website, the next Save America rally is scheduled for May 28 in Casper, Wyoming.
Trump rally tickets
Tickets for Save America rallies can be purchased on Trump’s website on a first-come, first-served basis.
The number of tickets each person can order is a maximum of two per mobile number, according to the website.
Against whom is Dr. oz?
dr Oz is up against hedge fund CEO David McCormick, who is also running as a Republican, and the two are almost even, according to public polls.
what did dr Oz said about Trump?
Speaking of Trump’s support at a campaign event in April, Dr. Oz: “President Trump backed me over David McCormick because I’m a conservative maverick who’s hard on China, and I’m the most likely candidate to beat the Democrats in China’s federal election this fall.”
He later added, “President Trump’s endorsement has had a huge impact and I look forward to spreading our message over the final two weeks of the campaign.”
What did Trump say about Dr. said oz?
Trump announced his support for Dr. Oz announced in April 2022, telling USA Today that Pennsylvania has “a tremendous opportunity to save America by voting for the brilliant and well-known” candidate.
Trump added that he has known Oz “for many years, as have many others, if only through his very successful television show.”
Announcing his endorsement, Trump said, “[Oz]has lived with us through the screen and has always been well-liked, respected and smart.”
Trump warns of a possible war, continued
Trump referred to the word nuclear as the “N-word” and said during his conversation with Morgan, “He [Vladimir Putin] uses the n-word, the core word, all the time.”
“That’s a no-no, you shouldn’t do that. He uses it every day. And everyone’s so scared… and since they’re scared, he uses it more and more.”
He accused his successor, Joe Biden, of “kowtowing” to Russia and said he would have been stronger had he stood against Putin.
Trump warns Piers Morgan of war
The former US President, speaking to Piers Morgan on his TalkTV flagship recently, claimed that had he been Commander-in-Chief, the war with Ukraine “would never have happened” and that the world could be headed for nuclear war.
Speaking of the current leadership, he said, “Our leaders are not smart…if they are not smart, you will end up in a nuclear war.”
Will Donald Trump run for President in 2024, continued
Trump has also touted another presidential bid at his recent rallies.
At another event on Saturday, he said Republicans will retake “the very, very, very, very beautiful White House” in 2024.
He ended his speech by saying that Republicans will make America mighty, strong, and safe again, before ending with his classic catchphrase: “And we will Make America Great Again.”
Will Donald Trump run for President in 2024?
While not presidential election rallies, these frequent Save America rallies have led some of his supporters to believe he could make a comeback in 2024.
After it was revealed that Facebook had banned Trump from the platform for at least two years, Trump released a statement implying his return to the presidency.
He said: “The next time I’m at the White House, at his request, there will be no more dinners with Mark Zuckerberg and his wife. It will all be business!”
Trump’s lawsuit against the New York Attorney General, part three
“The Trump Organization has consistently attempted to delay our investigation into its business dealings, and now Donald Trump and his eponymous company have filed a lawsuit as an attempted collateral attack on that investigation,” the statement said.
James wrote that the “investigations continue undeterred because no one is above the law, not even anyone by the name of Trump.”
Trump’s lawsuit by the New York Attorney General, continued
According to the lawsuit, “Letitia James is guided solely by political animus and a desire to harass, intimidate and retaliate against a private individual whom she views as a political opponent.”
Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, added, “By filing this lawsuit, we intend not only to hold her accountable for her flagrant violations of the constitution, but also to stop her bitter crusade to punish her political opponent.”
James also released a statement regarding the lawsuit.
Trump’s lawsuit against the New York Attorney General
In January 2022, Donald Trump canceled a press conference he planned to hold in Florida on the anniversary of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
In a released statement, Trump said he would prefer to air his issues at a rally scheduled for a later date.
“Given the total bias and dishonesty of the January 6 unpicked Democratic Committee, two failed Republicans, and the fake news media,” Trump wrote.
He added, “I am canceling the January 6 press conference in Mar-a-Lago on Thursday and will instead be discussing many of these important issues at my rally on Saturday, January 15 in Arizona.”
Trump had also filed a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James.
Other recent Trump rallies, part three
Trump’s stop in North Carolina came just days after he was spotted in Michigan endorsing Matt DePerno, a lawyer and candidate for Kalamazoo attorney general, and Kristina Karamo, a candidate for secretary of state.
Other recent Trump rallies, continued
On April 23, Trump traveled to Ohio for a rally at the Delaware County Fairgrounds and on April 9 to North Carolina as part of his Save America events.
He endorsed Republican candidates for Congress ahead of the upcoming 2022 election and showed his support for Ted Budd, who is running to succeed Senator Richard Burr in the Senate.
The event started at 4:00 p.m. EST and was held at Farm in 96, just 30 miles southeast of Raleigh.
What other rallies has Trump held?
On May 1, 2022, Trump traveled to Nebraska to hold a Save America rally at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood.
The event included speeches by Kellyanne Conway and Mike Lindell.
Trump spoke to Republican nominee for governor of Nebraska Charles Herbster.
Why did Trump hold a rally?
The event was in support of GOP nominee for US Senate and TV personality Dr. Mehmed Oz.
Trump says “I’m BACK” on Truth Social
Former President Donald Trump declared that he was “BACK” on the Truth social network after vowing not to return to Twitter despite Elon Musk’s takeover.
Trump first posted after announcing on April 25 that he would be moving to Truth Social in the next few days.
“I’M BACK! #COVFEFE,” the platform’s former president shared, referencing his infamous viral tweet from 2017.
What did Trump say about TRUTH Social?
On October 20, 2021, Trump announced the launch of his own social media platform called TRUTH Social.
“We live in a world where the Taliban have a huge presence on Twitter, but your favorite American president has been silenced,” Trump said in a statement on his social media ban, imposed after the March 6 Capitol riots. was imposed in January.
The greatest political movement in history
Trump said his MAGA movement is “the largest political movement in the history of our country.”
“No matter how great our mighty powers of these corrupt radicals may be, you must never forget that this nation does not belong to them”
“This nation is yours.”
Trump called for “one-day elections” and “paper elections”.
He said again that he “ran twice. I won twice. And the second time I was much better.”
Trump said teachers should not be allowed to teach anything, including transgenderism, without parental consent.
“We will save our children and we will also keep men out of women’s sport.”
“Also, we will keep critical race theory out of our schools and our military.”
money for farmers
Trump said his administration gave $28 billion to farmers.
He said he did so with money they made by taxing China.
“We love our farmers,” he said.
Said Oz told him to lose some weight
Trump said that Dr. Oz had previously examined him and that he had concluded that the former President was in excellent health.
“But he should lose some weight,” Trump told Oz.
“I said that’s not good,” Trump said jokingly.
Trump calls Mitch McConnell a ‘broken crow’
The former president said McConnell was the “most disliked politician in the country”.
“The old broken crow,” Trump said, referring to McConnell.
“The Party of Crime, Death and Chaos”
Trump urged the crowd to vote for Republicans as Democrats are “the party of crime, death and chaos.”
“Your Senator Oz will fight to end illegal immigration and stand up to China like no other Senator.”
He then said current Senator Pat Toomey was “very weak on China.”