Biden Team Freaking Out Over Trump Polling Success And Endorsements
The latest news out of Texas should have President Joe Biden shaking in his boots.
Former President Donald Trump has done it again.
He's picked up ANOTHER nugget of momentum pointing him toward the presidency in 2024.
Trump has earned the favor of Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
Gov. Abbot has endorsed the former president as the Republican presidential candidate for 2024.
It is becoming clear that Trump, who is making his third run for the White House, is taking more and more of a lead.
An endorsement from Abbott will only add fuel to the fire.
Abbott was slated to endorse Donald Trump Sunday during a joint appearance Edinburg, Texas regarding issues like illegal immigration and the security of our southern border.
Trump has been clear on his stance on border control from the beginning, and Republicans cannot get enough.
Just like Trump, countless Americans are also unhappy with the number of illegal immigrants entering our country, making the candidate's stance on this issue a huge plus.
Trump has said that if he becomes the 47th president of the United States of America, he plans to launch the biggest deportation initiative in the history of our country. He also plans to reinstate a travel ban and the “Remain in Mexico” program, which made any non-Mexican asylum-seekers to wait for their case resolution south of the border, not in the U.S.
The former president also said he wants to end automatic citizenship for children born to illegal immigrants in this country.
Biden needs to face the facts. Trump is what this country needs.
Besides, there doesn’t seem to be anyone or anything that can stop him!
The attempts to foil Trump’s run have gone as far as indicting the former president, making him the first such individual in the history of our country to be charged with criminal offenses.
And Trump was the target of not just one indictment but several.
Yet, despite Trump's criminal cases, his supporters have only grown in number.
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