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Trump in New Hampshire


Dear Readers:


I wanted to share with you some highlights from a recent speech delivered by Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America. In his first remarks since Joe Biden's re-election announcement, President Trump delivered a powerful speech in Manchester, New Hampshire, which coincided with the rollout of his New Hampshire elected leadership team.


According to polling of New Hampshire Republicans, President Trump has a dominant lead among primary voters, which was evident by the 2,000 people who attended his speech and the thousands who had to be turned away. The crowd chanted, "We love Trump! We love Trump!" and President Trump responded by saying, "And I love you too! That's why I'm doing this!"


During his speech, President Trump made some bold statements about his plans if he were to be elected again. He claimed that Joe Biden only cares about enriching his family while he cares about enriching the American people's families. President Trump also stated that he wants to terminate every Biden policy that is brutalizing New Hampshire and all U.S. workers, establish a truth and reconciliation commission to declassify and publish all documents on Deep State spying, censorship, and corruption, and prevent World War III.

In addition, President Trump mentioned his plans to use all necessary resources to carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history. He believes that if he were to be put back in the White House, the reign of the corrupt Washington establishment would be over in America and America would be a free nation once again.


Overall, President Trump's speech received a lot of positive energy and support from the crowd. As Grace Saldana, editor-in-chief of Right Side Broadcasting Network, remarked, "MAJOR energy at President Trump's MAGA speech in New Hampshire tonight... 45 is about to become 47!" Thank you for taking the time to read this update.


Sincerely,



Chairman Bob Sutton


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