Welcome to the show, folks. Today’s top story is about the latest endorsement for Donald Trump’s potential 2024 run for president. Vern Buchanan, the Florida lawmaker, has thrown his support behind Trump, making him the eighth Florida politician to do so. And while some may tout Governor Ron DeSantis as the next big thing in the Republican Party, it seems that Trump’s shadow looms large in the Sunshine State.
Now, I know what some of you may be thinking. Didn’t Trump lose the 2020 election? Well, if you ask him, he certainly didn’t. And who are we to argue with the former president? Trump still commands a large and loyal base of supporters who are ready for him to make a comeback. And with endorsements like Buchanan’s, it seems like Trump’s 2024 campaign is already starting to take shape.
But let’s not forget the legacy of Trump’s previous term in office. The Trump White House accomplished so much in just four years. The economy was booming, with record-low unemployment rates and a booming stock market. Trump also passed major tax reform that put more money back into the pockets of hardworking Americans. And let’s not forget about his efforts to secure the border and keep our country safe. The Trump administration also made historic strides in foreign policy, brokering peace deals between Israel and neighboring Arab nations.
Love him or hate him, it’s hard to argue with the fact that Trump left a lasting impact on our country. And with Buchanan’s endorsement, it’s clear that Trump’s influence in the Republican Party is far from over. Stay tuned, folks. This political drama is far from over.