As President Trump prepares to depart from Dallas to Houston for a fundraising event, he makes time to greet the Dallas police at the airport.
Watch the video here:
That’s my President!
You would never see Biden moving around with such energy to shake the hands of the men and women who protect our cities.
The Houston Chronicle shares more on President Trump’s visit:
Former President Donald Trump is continuing his campaign as he plans to make his way to Houston Thursday afternoon. This latest visit comes during Trump’s fundraising efforts in Texas and him fighting multiple felony counts in four criminal cases.
Trump has been through several states as he campaigns for the 2024 U.S. Presidential Election. He was the 45th president and was inaugurated in 2017.
President Trump continues to demonstrate what a great and inspiring leader he is.
While Joe Biden naps at the beach, President Trump talks to real American heroes.
The reception to the video has been positive for President Trump:
Those LEO's are happy to be there, happy to shake his hand and happy to take a photo with him. You don't see that with Biden. He's distant from everybody and when he does rare talks with people, he winds up yelling or going creepy grandpa whisper talking. Such a contrast.
— Ed Renner (@Onecrazyndn) November 2, 2023
that's my president
— Mooch212 (@senormooch) November 2, 2023
CNN shares more on how President Trump is polling:
Fifty-three percent of likely Republican primary voters in South Carolina call Trump their first choice for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, with 22% picking Haley and 11% backing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, whose campaign is currently focused on Iowa more than his home state, follows at 6%. No other candidate saw more than 2% support.
South Carolina is one of the earliest contests on the GOP nominating calendar next year, holding its Republican primary on February 24 after Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada. Trump’s support in South Carolina, though broad, falls slightly shy of his even wider leads over the field in recent CNN polls nationally and in Nevada. Recent polling in New Hampshire and Iowa from CNN and others, though, finds Trump with narrower support in those two states, where several of his rivals are hoping a strong showing will dent his support in later contests such as South Carolina’s.
But, echoing the dynamics of the primary campaign nationally, Trump’s base of support in South Carolina is far more solid than his rivals’ pool of core supporters. An 82% majority of his current backers say that they’ll definitely support him. Just 42% of Haley’s supporters and 38% of DeSantis’ backers say they’re certain they won’t change their minds.
The other candidates need to drop out and fall in line.
It’s a shame that candidates who would have been good supporting Trump in other positions are now actively working against him!
On the other hand, it’s good that they outed themselves as unreliable early on!