Trump’s Bold Promise

In a recent visit to Ohio, former President Donald Trump rallied for businessman Bernie Moreno, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate. During his speech, Trump highlighted the surge of illegal migrants across the border and the tragic death of University of Georgia nursing student Laken Riley, allegedly at the hands of an illegal immigrant. Trump pledged to prioritize border security and justice for Riley if elected in 2024.
Trump criticized President Biden’s open border policies, which he believes have allowed violent gang members and criminals to enter the U.S. He promised to terminate these policies and secure the border, emphasizing that not one more American life should be lost to migrant crime.

In his speech, Trump also took aim at Ohio’s incumbent Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown, calling him a “radical left” politician. He urged Ohioans to vote for Moreno in the upcoming primary and support Republican candidates in the November election.

The former president also addressed the Biden administration’s handling of the border crisis, particularly their use of the term “neighbors” to describe illegal immigrants. Trump argued that Biden’s policies have led to increased crime and violence, citing the tragic death of Laken Riley as an example.
Throughout his speech, Trump took multiple jabs at Biden, calling him incompetent and a threat to democracy. He urged voters to go out and vote for Republicans in both the primary and general elections, emphasizing the importance of securing a Senate majority in 2024.
During his speech, Trump had some issues with the wind affecting his teleprompters, but he used the moment to contrast himself with Biden, claiming that he does not need a teleprompter to give a speech. He summarized his campaign priorities as sealing the border, stopping inflation, drilling for oil, and preventing World War III.