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Why invite Trump back to DC at America First Agenda Summit after he attempted a coup on January 6?


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Why invite former President Donald Trump back to Washington after he tried to pull off a coup on January 6, 2021? 

Donald Trump is still the leader of the America First Movement. He is the visionary behind many of the policies that got him elected to the white house. And when you look at What's going on in America right now? So many people are clamoring for that leadership back.

President Trump Rally in Washington DC on Tuesday, July 26th at 3:00 PM ET. 

They want cheap gas, soaring stock markets, and not what we have now. So to give voice to that agenda, to lay it out for the congressional midterms and beyond I think there's nobody better than the former president to be able to do that.

We learned from 2016 is all of the pundits on both sides and across the media spectrum, they were making the decision whether this man should be the nominee or this person should not be the nominee and what we've seen from 2016. We are even seeing in the primary cycles today, that the voters will decide who they believe will carry their voice to Washington, DC, or state houses. 

Most of the American people out there are talking about gas prices and grocery store prices and are worried about the economy. They're not focused, unlike in Washington, DC, on everything that happens with the January 6th committee. According to the committee, trump stayed holed up watching television for more than three hours, unwilling to tell the insurrectionists to go home because they were, quote, his people.

Did Donald Trump lose the 2020 election, yes or no? 

Yes, He lost the election. I think as a citizen you have your right to voice your opinion, to lay your policy vision whether it's in new york city or anywhere in the heartland. He is the leader of the America First movement. 

Also, I believe that Mike Pence is at a different organization but that's the great thing. We have such a strong bench. We have so many people out there. They are all singing from the same song page when it comes to the policies we have to do. They'll decide who the standard-bearer is or who is going to control Congress in January of next year. And then we'll have that debate. I think the good thing is people are talking about the policy side. 



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