Trump’s Speech at the White House

Trump’s Speech at the White House

Trump tells fervent Texas rally he ‘will probably have to’ run for presidency again if he becomes president.

Trump made his way to the podium and took a few moments to call on his supporters to stand. It was a short speech, but filled with his usual caustic comments, and as the crowd began to boo, he walked down the center aisle toward the podium and held a microphone that was on its side.

At the microphone, he said that his “greatest accomplishment is the fact that we’re going to win a huge victory”—which led to the crowd chanting “Trump! Trump!” They were followed by thunderous boos and other heckling.

“Please, I beg you, give me your vote, I won’t be coming to New Hampshire at all, but I will probably have to come to New York and California, and maybe Texas,” Trump said, to boos. “You know, everybody in Texas says they have a wonderful voice, but we’re going to win Texas!”

He added that he would continue to make the case for his proposal and said that those “who have worked me for my whole life” shouldn’t be punished.

“I’m only looking for one thing, and that’s to give us a tremendous victory today,” he continued. “That’s what I want. I want you to stand up for this great idea. And I will campaign like hell if I have to. I may have to I may have to. But we’re going to win, folks. We’ll get it done.”

Trump’s speech, which was later taken down, was filled to capacity and the room was full of supporters who had gathered to watch him speak.

Some in the crowd were wearing “Make America Great Again” hats on their heads and carrying a large sign with the word “TRUMP!” and the words “EAT AMERICAN!” written on it.

“Make America Great Again” hats were also on display and the

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