Donald Trump Warms Up For His CPAC Speech On The Golf Course

Donald Trump played golf in Florida on Friday, as anticipation rose ahead of his return to the political centre stage, and he gave a clear hint of his possible course of action.

The former president declared on Friday his endorsement of a former White House aide who’s running for election in Ohio, opposing one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach him in January.

Max Miller, a 32-year-old Marine reservist and Trump supporter, is the first hopeful Donald Trump has endorsed since departing the presidency.

Donald Trump’s support is intended to punish the incumbent Republican, Representative Anthony Gonzalez, who voted for Donald Trump’s impeachment.

The endorsement is viewed as the first step in Donald Trump’s crusade to get retribution on those who crossed him while in office.

Donald Trump was at his West Palm Beach course on Friday, ahead of his Sunday address to CPAC, held this year in Orlando.

Headline speakers on Friday included Ted Cruz, the Texas senator who last week escaped the snowstorm that stranded millions of his constituents, and made an ill-advised getaway to Mexico.

Ted Cruz, chastened, returned 24 hours later to help his fellow Texans and admitted it had been a mistake, and he told CPAC that Orland was excellent, although it wasn’t as nice as Cancun, but it was nice.

Madison Cawthorn, the spokesperson for North Carolina and the youngest House member at 25, whipped up the conservative crowd by predicting that cruel and vicious Democrats wanted to turn the US into a Communist ash pile.

Josh Hawley, senator for Missouri, was given a standing applause for relating how he’d supported Donald Trump’s evidence-free allegations of election fraud, while Tom Cotton, senator for Arkansas, used his time to lash out at The New York Times, citing the paper’s staff of being woke children.

Matt Gaetz, the insanely Trumpian Florida spokesperson, used his address to take aim at Andrew Cuomo, New York governor and persistent Trump critic.

Matt Gaetz said that now, the bogus news media and their collaborators in Silicon Valley made Governor Cuomo out to be some iconic cross between King David and Tom Brady, and what a huge crock that turned out to be.

He referenced assertions of sexual harassment made against Andrew Cuomo by a former staffer, who claimed Cuomo suggested other staffers engage in strip poker.

I always laugh every time I hear the expression, former President, but I do worry that possibly Donald Trump will be back in some fashion, but what makes me laugh even more is that the Democrats don’t even trust Joe Biden with the nuclear football – perhaps they believe that one day he might be playing with his grandchildren and randomly nuke Canada, but I must put the craic down.

The problem is, over 80 million people got him that football, and it seems that at the moment Joe Biden is a shadow President or a puppet resident of the White House.

And as for Donald Trump, he can now golf as much as he likes, but he’ll always be a twice impeached president with no honour, decorum, reverence or sincerity. Although even though he was accused twice because impeachment articles are accusations, he was acquitted twice – that means, not guilty – a clean slate.

However, being acquitted in a political court setting has no bearing on the wrongs that were committed during Donald Trump’s drastic acts of America’s biggest loser, and the best is yet to come.

And he will always be known as the twice impeached president because of a sympathetic government like we’ve never seen before in our history, and he’ll go down as the most celebrated president ever!

Published by Angela Lloyd

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