After Trump Unveils His Grand 2024 Plan – Lindsey Graham Claims Landslide Coming If Donald Stays on Message
By Adam Casalino|November 16, 2022
After Trump Unveils His Grand 2024 Plan – Lindsey Graham Claims Landslide Coming If Donald Stays on Message

What’s Happening:

In a move that surprised just about nobody, Donald Trump announced his 2024 presidential campaign. The former president made the announcement at Mar-A-Largo, the scene of a shocking FBI raid just a few months ago.

It’s impossible, right now, to know if Trump will both secure the GOP nomination and win the general election. But there is the possibility that Trump will run against Joe Biden yet again. And if that is the case, Lindsey Graham is predicting what Trump has to do to win.

From Twitter:

If President Trump continues this tone and delivers this message on a consistent basis, he will be hard to beat.

His speech tonight, contrasting his policies and results against the Biden Administration, charts a winning path for him in the primaries and general election.

As we listen to President Trump remind us of what is possible regarding our borders, economy, and national security, it is my hope that he will continue to focus on the solutions that he offered tonight to restore a broken America.

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham responded to Trump’s announcement by giving the former president a word of advice. He said that if Trump continues the kind of tone he had during his speech, he will be “hard to beat.”

Graham urged Trump to focus on this message, that Biden is a failure and his time in office brought massive success. Graham wants Trump to contrast his successes against Biden’s pathetic track record.

Trump needs to remind Americans of “what is possible” when a president focuses on fixing real issues like the border, economy, and national security. Graham believes Trump can “restore a broken America,” after Biden’s done so much to break it.

What Graham is basically saying it that the race is Trump’s to lose. If Trump focuses on American greatness, he will bring many people under his banner. But if he resorts to petty name-calling, unprovoked attacks against his own allies, and other polarizing antics, it won’t be a sure thing.

There seem to be many parallels between Trump’s announcement and his announcement from 2015. Back then, there weren’t many Republicans on his side. He was one man against a big establishment machine. That seems to be the case once again.

With one big difference: Trump has a track record that can’t be beaten.

Key Takeaways:

  • Graham urged Trump to focus on his message of success.
  • Graham believes Trump will be hard to beat if he keeps the tone of this week’s speech.
  • The Republican wants Trump to contrast his successes against Biden’s failures.

Source: Twitter

Adam Casalino
Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal. Find his other work: www.talesofmaora.com
Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal. Find his other work: www.talesofmaora.com
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