Trump Promises “Truth and Reconciliation Commission” to Expose “Deep State”
Former US President Donald Trump addressed a large crowd of supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Thursday. During the speech, Trump promised to establish a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission” to expose the alleged wrongdoing of the “Deep State.” Trump claimed that the “Deep State” was involved in spying, censorship, and corruption, and promised to declassify all documents related to these activities. The former president also criticized President Joe Biden and accused him of prioritizing enriching his family over American families.
Trump Vows to Carry Out Largest Deportation Operation in US History
In addition to his promise to establish a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission,” Trump also vowed to carry out the largest deportation operation in American history if reelected. The former president accused Biden of prioritizing enriching his family, while he would prioritize enriching the hardworking people of New Hampshire. Trump claimed that a Biden victory would be bad for American families, but great for globalists and China, while a Trump victory would benefit hardworking people in New Hampshire.
Trump Retires “Crooked Hillary” Nickname, Introduces “Crooked Joe Biden”
During his speech in Manchester, Trump announced that he is retiring the “Crooked Hillary” nickname he gave to former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Instead, he said he will use the nickname “Crooked Joe Biden” to refer to the current president. Trump joked about giving Clinton a new, more flattering nickname like “Lovely Hillary” or “Beautiful Hillary.”
Over 2,000 Attend Trump’s Speech in Manchester, NH
The event was attended by over 2,000 supporters, and the Trump campaign reportedly turned away thousands more due to the venue’s limited capacity. The speech was held at the Armory in the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, which has a maximum capacity of 1,200 people, highlighting the massive turnout for the former president.