Donald Trump has laid out a 2.0 vision on how he will make America great again, again, and reverse the last two years of Joe Biden and the Democrat’s disastrous policies that have resulted in soaring inflation and gas prices, high crime, surging illegal immigration, and left the world on the brink of WW3.

In a wide-ranging interview aired Tuesday night on the Just the News TV show on Real America’s Voice, the 45th President of the United States said his plan begins with recapturing GOP control of at least one chamber of Congress in November and creating a bulwark to stop the destructive Biden agenda.

When I watch to see what’s happening, it’s very, very sad. I mean, our country is being destroyed by these people,” Trump said. “The border is a disaster. We no longer respected. They don’t respect our leader at all. They don’t respect Biden at all.

It’s so sad to see what’s happened to our great USA. But we can come back. I think these midterms are vital, just vital,” he said.

We don’t have a free press. We really don’t have free speech anymore. It’s very bad, very dangerous. These elections are going to be absolutely critical for this country,” he added.

America is entering a critical period in its history, warns Trump

Trump said he is growing more confident that Republicans can take back the House in the fall elections, but he considers the GOP’s chances in the Senate tougher under Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

I think the House is in great shape. I think the Senate is hurt badly by Mitch McConnell, very badly. I think he’s terrible. He’s also terrible for our country,” said Trump, blaming the Kentucky Republican for allowing the Biden infrastructure bill to pass Congress with bipartisan support.

Not interested in the job of House Speaker

Trump threw cold water on one idea being floated by conservatives like Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., who wants to nominate the former president to be House speaker if the GOP wins.

“It’s not something I want,” he said. “A lot of people bring it up. It’s brought up all the time.”

He added a second time for emphasis: “It’s not something I would be interested in.”

Trump offered a pointed message for defeating the Biden-version of the Democrat Party.

They have no voter ID, defund the police, sanctuary cities, weak military, we’re gonna raise your taxes, no energy independence. All things that were all done,” he said. “Bad on religion. Bad on the Second Amendment. Bad on oil.

The system is totally broken. Our system is broken. And we’re going into socialism. And we’re going into communism,” he added.

Fighting inflation starts with energy production

Trump said he believes runaway inflation, which some fear could reach 10% annualized in March, could be alleviated by quickly ramping up oil and gas production and lowering energy costs that affect everything from transportation to food production.

We have to straighten out inflation, which we can do much easier than people know,” he said, noting he had gas prices down to $1.87 a gallon at one point in his presidency.

If energy comes down, it’s so important,” he said. “Other parts of inflation are coming down too. I was saying today, ‘I read where food is going to make energy look like it’s a good deal, that the food prices are going to go up much more very soon, much more than the energy prices.’ “

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Several times in the interview, he championed the cost of the Biden agenda on everyday Americans, reverting to a strategy he used often in 2016. He noted that in some places gas was nearing $5 a gallon in the Midwest “where it was never that bad” and that people go to stores and cannot find items that used to be readily available.

Can I give you an example on the supply chain?” Trump asked. “You go to a store, they don’t have bread, like a third world country. They don’t have things. You go to buy something at Tiffany, you go to buy something at a hardware store – high or low – they don’t have product. They say, even me, ‘When I order things like furnishings for a building or something, they say it’s gonna take nine months to get when it used to be like, same day service.’ “

Withholding foreign aid until countries take back their illegal migrants

Trump said solving crime and border surges will require more than just securing the border like he did last time, saying many countries have released prisoners who have now migrated into the United States illegally and will need to be repatriated.

We have to immediately seal up the border,” he said. “And we have to get a lot of the people out because many of these people came from prisons in these countries.

“It’s no longer just those few countries, including Mexico that I talk about all the time. It’s now like 140 countries. Some people said they didn’t know there were that many. They’re just flooding in. And they’re almost all letting their prisoners out into the United States. Why wouldn’t they? It’s very expensive, keeping prisoners, and they don’t want them anyway.”

Trump said he learned during his first time one effective tool is to threaten to withhold foreign aid to get countries to take back criminals who migrated illegally into the U.S.

We’re taking them out by the thousands, bringing them back to their countries,” he said. “Their countries said no. I said, ‘That’s OK. We’re not going to pay the country anymore. We’re not going to pay you the hundreds of millions.’ Then they said, ‘Yes, absolutely. We’d love to take them back.”

Election integrity modeled after Florida and Texas

Trump said he believed the country could reverse declining trust in vote counting by getting states to model their election laws after those in Texas and Florida, which have mandatory voter ID, reject no-excuse absentee ballots, reject non-citizen voting and strong enforcement as a deterrence.

Texas has a great law. Nothing’s gonna happen there,” he said.

You have to swamp them, because there comes a point when they can’t cheat that much. I believe that happened in Florida. That’s why I did so well,” he added.

Stabilizing the world, and a NATO for China

As he has stated in recent rallies, Trump re-iterated he did not believe Vladimir Putin would have invaded Ukraine if he were still president, detailing a conversation he once had with the Russian leader.

“I spoke to Putin about it,” he said. “I know Putin very well. I spoke to him about a lot of things. And I spoke to him about Ukraine, because I know he wanted it. But he knew he could not do it. Not with me.

Trump says world leaders like Russian President Vladimir Putin do not respect or fear Biden

The former president said Biden’s bungled exit from Afghanistan this past summer almost certainly emboldened Putin to go much further than he planned on Ukraine but that the Russian leader miscalculated the will and capabilities of the Ukrainian people.

I think what happened, he (Putin) was on the border, he had 200,000 people, and he was negotiating. He was going to make a good deal,” Trump said. “And then he saw what happened in Afghanistan. And he said, ‘Man, these guys are incompetent. Let’s go in.’ And he didn’t know the force that he’d be met with.

Asked whether he would build on the Quad alliance he launched to counter Chinese aggression during his first term and create a NATO for the Pacific, Trump suggested the current NATO might expand its mission.

Well, I think this NATO maybe should be involved,” he said of China, noting how he got NATO countries to pay up on delinquent contributions.

I’m the best thing that ever happened to NATO, because I made them pay. So NATO has plenty of money now.”

No free press, no free speech

Trump made clear he won’t decide whether to run for president in 2024 until after he sees what happens in the midterm elections.

I want to look at what’s happening,” he said of the midterms. “And then we’re going to be doing something else.

But he made clear he views the next two elections as a litmus test for the sort of America we will live in for decades.

We don’t have a free press. We really don’t have free speech anymore,” he said. “It’s very bad, very dangerous. These elections are going to be absolutely critical for this country.”

Source: News Punch

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  1. It would not be possible for me to agree with any heroic leader 100%, though I support The Don 100%. I’ve given his campaign money, to reveal my political leanings. I disagree with his support of NATO and Ukrainian narratives about their success against Russia. NATO is what caused the Ukrainian problem with its incessant pressure against the Russian Federation. Europe and the US and the UK must honor the Neutral Zone on the border of Russia. This is vital to solve the current foreign policy crisis of America. I agree totally with one of my old mentors, Doctor Henry Kissinger. This was all so easily avoided when the Soviet Union fell, we should have welcomed the new nation into our community of friends and neighbors instead of indulging in continued cold-war paranoia. Now is it too late? Not if we change. However it is now up to us to make the overtures of friendship.
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    We have betrayed the Russian desire to become a friendly member of the ‘world community’ which also needs to change. This sanctions policy is dangerous in the extreme as they are acts of actual warfare. Blockades and embargoes are cause for military action more commonly known as war. Luckily we have withdrawn our Navy from the Black Sea and no longer pose a direct naval threat to their shipping. Not everything the current administration does is stupid, just most.
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    Our problems with the Chinese are due to our turn against reasonable limitations of Chinese investments. To call them evil and controlling simply because they’ve been smarter about protecting their domestic markets while exploiting our market is unreasonable. We should consider a dial-back and return to the steel tariffs which are a reasonable first step, then consider a limitation of Chinese ownership of American companies to say 49 percent. Just the same as they do. Tit for tat. I think they should have American partners to share the bounty don’t you? Perhaps we need to set the value of the American Dollar against that of the Yuan if they change it, or perhaps say the Yuan is worth more, no matter what they say? Their direct control of the Yuan is smart. They obviously know how to manage fiat currency better than we do.
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    As always The Don is superb in his domestic policies and political moves. Ignore the Rino McConnell. The first step is to take over Congress, both houses would be double plus good. We must find a way to end the unholy Coalition of the far left and the far right. The progressive/neocon alliance is going to destroy both the economy and the body politic of our nation if it continues. The Coalition of Evil was never more apparent than the lockstep support behind the lamestream media and Ukraine’s narrative of the current foreign policy crisis that Biden and Johnson of the UK cooked up to deflect attention from the US and UK domestic problems they are experiencing. In the case of BoJo it seems to have worked admirably as no one is even talking about Party-gate anymore. However Brandon is not so lucky. Run, don’t walk, to the polls in November.
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    God Bless Us All

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