July 10, 2023

Trump Speaks with Supporters During Iowa Dairy Queen Visit

Former President Donald Trump addressed supporters at a Dair Queen in Iowa on Friday in what has become a viral video.

Trump delighted fans with the simple offer of a free Dairy Queen Blizzard.

“Everybody wants a Blizzard. What the hell is a Blizzard? There is a shortage of Blizzards," he said in the video.

“And take care of the people okay? Will you take care of them for me, and we’ll do the Blizzard thing,” Trump continued.

Trump also spoke at a Friday campaign event in Iowa where he focused on plans to be a pro-farmer president.

"I'm proud to be the most pro-farmer president you've ever had in the White House," Trump said in front of a packed Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, which lies on the Nebraska border, separated by the Missouri River. "We did more for American agriculture than any administration in history by far, and that's been pretty much acknowledged.

"Under my leadership, our Department of Agriculture cut seven old regulations for every new regulation, saving farmers and taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars a year," he added.

Trump continues to lead in early polls in Iowa and elsewhere among the many GOP presidential candidates so far.

Iowa has become an emphasis for Trump and other candidates as it traditionally holds the first GOP primary in 2024.

The show by Trump that appealed to both farmers and offered free ice cream seemed to be a winning combination as his campaign continues in his comeback battle for president.

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