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President Trump: We will take back that glorious White House

Former president Donald Trump raises his fist before speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Sunday, July 11, 2021, in Dallas. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

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UPDATED 7:33 AM PT – Monday, July 12, 2021

President Trump recently outlined his strategy to take back the reigns of power from the Democrat Party.

While speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas on Sunday, the 45th president stressed Democrats are destroying American freedom and prosperity with ruthless far-left policies. Trump then highlighted a political collusion by the Big Tech and mainstream media, which helped the Democrat Party during last year’s election cycle.

“The Big Tech giants work together to suppress and diminish news coverage that was negative for Joe Biden…anything negative for Biden or the radical left Democrats, they just suppress,” he stated. “Furthermore, these Big Tech companies interfered with and undermined the sacred integrity of the ballot box by censoring any honest discussion of election fraud. You say election fraud, you get canceled.”

Trump also lightly touched on a class-action lawsuit that he filed against Big Tech companies last week, which asserts that the radical left and Big Tech’s attack on free speech is unlawful, unconstitutional and un-American. He went on to say Big Tech and the media legitimized far-left groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter while falsely accusing American patriots of “violence.”

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The 45th president said there’s just one way to end this far-left madness.

“We will take back the House, we will take back the Senate,” he stated. “And then after witnessing all that has gone wrong in our country in such a short period of time with our borders, with our economy, with crime, we will take back that glorious White House. ”

Trump did not say whether he would run for office in 2024 while maintaining his decision to discuss the matter following next year’s midterms. In the meantime, the 45th president asserted, “we will make America great again.”

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