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Do You Believe Trump’s Conviction Will Affect His 2024 Presidential Campaign?

Do You Believe Trump’s Conviction Will Affect His 2024 Presidential Campaign?

Here’s The Scoop

In a powerful demonstration of resilience and unwavering support, former President Donald Trump made his first campaign rally appearance since his conviction in the New York hush-money case. The event, held in Las Vegas, drew thousands of fervent supporters, showcasing the energy and determination behind the Trump 2024 campaign.

Despite facing 34 felony charges of falsifying business records, Trump’s base remained undeterred. Enthusiastic supporters braved the sweltering 100-degree heat, lining up early at Sunset Park to hear Trump speak. The sheer magnitude of the crowd, stretching long before sunrise, is a testament to the enduring loyalty and passion of the Trump electorate.

During his speech, Trump launched a scathing critique of President Joe Biden’s handling of the economy and border policies. He condemned Biden’s recent executive order on illegal immigration, labeling it as “pro-invasion, pro-child trafficking, pro-women trafficking, pro-human trafficking, and pro-drug dealers.” The crowd responded with chants of “bulls***,” echoing Trump’s sentiments about the administration’s ineffectiveness.

Trump’s rhetoric focused on the detrimental impact of illegal immigration on American workers, particularly African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and union members. He asserted that nearly all new jobs under Biden’s tenure have gone to illegal aliens, undermining the wages and job security of hardworking Americans. “They’re totally destroying our black population; they’re totally destroying our Hispanic population. And you know what else they’re destroying? … They’re killing unions,” Trump declared.

Nevada, a state that narrowly went blue in both the 2016 and 2020 elections, is now a pivotal battleground for the 2024 race. Trump emphasized the significance of winning Nevada, stating, “If we win Nevada, we win the whole thing. We win the whole thing.” Current polling data supports Trump’s optimism, showing him with a significant lead over Biden in the state. The RealClearPolitics average of polls places Trump at 48.3% compared to Biden’s 43%.

Trump’s momentum extends beyond Nevada. He leads Biden in polling across each of the seven battleground states and is virtually tied in Virginia, turning it into a “toss-up” state. This broad support underscores the potential for a significant shift in the political landscape come 2024.

The rally in Las Vegas serves as a clear message: despite legal battles and relentless opposition, Trump’s movement is far from over. The former president’s focus on critical issues

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  1. Mike Diggs

    June 18, 2024 at 7:30 am

    I voted yes cause it’ll increase support for him. It let everyone know how corrupt the government is

  2. Scotty

    June 18, 2024 at 8:16 am

    Yes! Even people who don’t like President Trump don’t like seeing people railroaded. If you challenge the status quo they go after you, that’s un American! I’m voting for justice and the rule of law, President Trump!

  3. Ed

    June 18, 2024 at 2:17 pm

    Trump’s hard core followers will vote for him no matter what he does. I believe we are between a rock and a hard place with this next election. GOD save the USA.

    • Denise

      June 18, 2024 at 8:56 pm

      I never in my lifetime thought I’d see so much support for a convicted criminal to be our top leader. It’s a sad, sad day in the history of this nation

      • Don

        June 19, 2024 at 8:20 am

        That’s because adults understand the supposed convictions are phony as everything else the current crooked government does.

      • Richard Young

        June 21, 2024 at 11:40 am

        I should point out that just because Donald Trump is a “convicted” criminal doesn’t mean he IS a criminal. The lawyers do this all the time. They declare someone guilty of a crime, proof or not, and like to “convict” anyone of a non crime and call them criminals. If Trump is a criminal, which he isn’t, then they should declare him as such.

      • Frank Lewis

        June 27, 2024 at 9:17 am

        You obviously live in the same basement as Biden! The simple fact that you can’t see the total injustice going on with Trump is beyond pathetic! If this government can go after a man like Trump and simultaneously let Biden walk simply because he is a frail old man, then think what they can do to ANY American! Wake up!

  4. Eloise Bryson

    June 18, 2024 at 6:24 pm

    There is an evil force at work in America and President Trump is against it. I have never seen an opposition as strong or as evil in an election before. I Pray President Trump can prevail.

    • Dennis E McCarty

      June 27, 2024 at 8:48 am

      That is exactly what is going on with our government…..EVIL. Not that I condone President Trumps actions with a known prostitute/ porn star but has anyone called Bill Clinton a criminal for his actions with a young intern or how about President Kennedy with his numerous female friends and womanizing. Are we wanting a saint for a President or a Leader. None of us are saints…..”let he who has not sinned cast the first stone”.

  5. Kls

    June 27, 2024 at 9:29 am

    President Trump is not a criminal. He was a target. Democrats can’t beat him using honestly, so they desperately doing everything they can to get rid of him.

  6. Bob

    June 30, 2024 at 9:58 am

    Wake Up America. Vote for Trump. It is so obvious what the Communist Deep State is doing. We need action, not words. The only thing that fixes the problem is a Trump Presidency and a Republican House and Senate.

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