Former President Donald J. Trump was in rare form during a pair of visits to early voting states on Saturday, delivering the goods to loyal supporters in New Hampshire and South Carolina where he took aim at likely 2024 Democrat nominee Joe Biden, much to the delight of his audience.
During his stop in the Granite State, the resilient Trump worked his way into campaign shape by jabbing the deeply unpopular current president over his ongoing woes with classified documents and dragging Biden’s reprobate son Hunter in for good measure.
At one point during his speech at the New Hampshire Republican State Committee fundraiser in Salem, the ex-POTUS engaged in a hilarious fictional back and forth between the father and son about the infamous “laptop from Hell” chock full of evidence of the black sheep of the Biden crime family’s sexual depravity, drug use and wrongdoing.
“We have a president whose son’s laptop from Hell gets taken over, and exposes massive corruption like nobody’s ever seen before,” Trump began. “You think the father — did you ever hear this? Do you think the father was upset?”
He then acted out how a conversation between morally bereft dad and his crack-huffing progeny.
Donald Trump on Joe Biden asking Hunter about his laptop: “What's on the laptop son? Every crime you've ever committed, pa.”
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) January 28, 2023
“Dad, I left my laptop in a repair shop, forgot to pick it up, And this repair guy went a little crazy when he saw what was on it,” Trump said, playing the role of Hunter.
“What’s on it, son?” he replied as Joe.
“Every crime that you’ve ever committed, pop,” his version of Hunter said as the crowd erupted in laughter
“Now, at what point does the father get angry?” Trump. “You know, like, ‘this kid is not working out well for me.’”
Trump downplayed the idea that his speech as a part of his campaign while telling the New Hampshire Republicans that he’s still “angry” and that the massive patriotic rallies that have been his trademark are coming soon.
“The rallies, which are starting very soon, even though it’s very early,’ Trump promised. “They’re almost forcing me into the rallies. ‘Why isn’t he doing rallies two years early?”
“The fake news… said when I announced that I just wanted to put my cards on the table. Like you know, when playing that very big game right now, the biggest game of all because it involves the country and the survival of the United States of America,” Trump said.
(Video: The Daily Mail)
“But when I put the cards on – and then I said, ‘alright let’s go.’ They said, ‘he’s not campaigning.’ This is like about a month ago when I announced. I said, well, you know, ‘I’ve got two years,” Trump added. “They said, ‘he’s not doing rallies, he’s not campaigning, maybe he’s lost that step.’ Well, I’m more angry now and I’m more committed now than I ever was.”
Later, during his remarks in Columbia, SC, the former and possibly future POTUS again zinged Biden, telling the crowd that “Every day is like April Fool’s Day,” under the “leadership” of the befuddled, octogenarian demagogue that he is seeking to replace.
“We’ll turn it around and we’ll turn it around fast,” Trump pledged.
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