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Trump Has Them Smelling Victory

Trump hit his stride on Thursday when he visited the Capitol. It was a different Donald Trump than the one we have seen daily for the last few weeks as he enters or leaves a New York courthouse. That Donald is mean and angry with a singular message that he is a victim of a corrupt Justice Department that is confining him to court or gagging him when he should be out campaigning. It was a message that was getting old and started to have a Groundhog Day feel. The Donald we saw on Thursday was refreshing and gave every Republican the boost we longed for.

Trump went to Washington to meet with Republicans on the hill to state his case for why he is the man to fix the mess left by Joe Biden. Trump already had his core supporters onboard, but he had some fences to mend and some people to get on the Trump Train if this campaign was to be a total team effort. Trump had not spoken to Mitch McConnell in nearly four years, and both men said their meeting was cordial and Mitch was ready to back the former President. Trump also attracted Mitt Romney to the meeting with Republican Senators. Romney is on his way out of Washington, but Trump getting Mitt to play along was a coup and essential to the cause.

Trump held two sessions-one for the House and the other for the Senate. They were closed meetings, but some of the Representatives who attended the House event raved about the tone and content of Trump’s presentation. They were amazed that he spoke for two hours without a teleprompter and then took questions. All were random and unscripted. He laid out his vision for fixing the crisis at the southern border, attacking the inflation problem, regaining our energy independence, and bringing safety back to the country. He also talked about getting us back to superpower status on the world stage and ending the two senseless wars that have started under Biden’s watch. He even singled out Marjorie Taylor Green and told her to be nice to Speaker Johnson. I am sure she got the message that it is time to join the team and knock off the divisive stuff she is known for.

There were similar reviews after the Senate session, and it was all smiles and unity as Trump and a group of the Senators addressed the media after the meeting. Thursday was a great day for Republicans and much needed for their supporters. It is imperative that we regain the White House and both sides of Congress if we are to get America back on track after a disastrous Biden Presidency, and it will take an all-for-one effort from everyone on the Right to pull it off. Trump was very Presidential on Thursday and exhibited the leadership we have all been waiting for. He was positive, upbeat, and decisive as he drew a stark contrast between him and Biden. He did not talk about the trials but stayed on point. It was an important day as we approach the first debate in three weeks and the convention.

This is the Donald Trump we need now. We don’t need the petty rhetoric, but we do need to drive home the fact that every one of us, except the Bidens, was better off with Donald Trump in the White House. Some important events are coming up that will tell us whether our hopes are justified for a November win. The Debates (should Biden actually participate), the VP announcement, and the convention. Trump is on a roll, but can he sustain it until Election Day? I think we are seeing the beginning of a significant change in direction for America, and the next five months should be extremely exciting. Hold on for a helluva ride.

Content syndicated from Conservative View from New Hampshire with permission

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Ray Cardello

As a lifelong Conservative and resident of New Hampshire, Ray Cardello is positioned to speak with common sense about the happenings of the nation and the region. Conservative View from New Hampshire is Ray’s second blog and podcast effort in 20 years. He has published over 1,000 articles since January 2021, is syndicated on 15 websites, and is published on over 65 sites. Ray is passionate about his writing and sees the Internet as the only way for Conservatives to compete with the mainstream media. Ray claims there will be much to discuss as we move forward and his blog will not focus strictly on Washington but will also delve into State and Local issues as well. There is so much going on and so little factual sources of information to rely on.

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