Happy Easter to weak RINOS and radical Democrats: Trump sends bitter Easter message less than a week after being summoned in Manhattan
- Donald Trump sent an Easter message on Sunday slamming his opponents
- The former president accused political opponents of “endlessly dreaming of destroying our country.”
- It comes after he became the first former president to be indicted and put on trial last week in Manhattan
Donald Trump’s Easter message blasted those who ‘dream’ of ‘destroying’ the US and promoted some of his core campaign tenets – like securing the southern border and demanding voter ID.
Despite the barbs of his critics, the former president still wished everyone a Happy Easter in a Sunday morning post on Truth Social.
Trump was in New York last week a week after he was indicted by a Manhattan grand jury in a case involving silent payments to porn star Stormy Daniels.
He spent the night at his former residence in Trump Tower in the Big Apple, Trump was recalled on Tuesday.
Donald Trump sent a bitter Easter Sunday message attacking his opponents, including “Republicans in name only” and “far-left Democrats.”
The former president accused his political opponents of “always dreaming of destroying our country.”
Trump seemed unfazed by recent events, however, and attended a UFC fight in Miami with singer Kid Rock, where the former president was met with standing ovations.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden is in Ireland to celebrate Easter.
“Happy New Year,” Trump began his Sunday message in capital letters.
Including those who endlessly dream of destroying our country because they are unable to dream of anything else, those who don’t care they don’t realize that a strong border and wall exists and the same day the vote will quickly end massive voter fraud, and to all those weak rhinos The esotericists, the radical left democrats, the social Marxists, and the sheikhs who are killing our nation.”
Remember, we will be back! to caution.
Trump is campaigning for the third consecutive presidency, already facing four challengers in his 2024 bid to regain the White House.
The other candidates announced so far are Trump’s former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, biotech millionaire Vivek Ramasusamy, and former Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson.
However, it appears that only Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis could run Trump for his money in 2024, although the famous Sunshine State executive has yet to announce his candidacy.
DeSantis’ Easter Twitter message was much quieter than Trump’s. It included an image of a cross on a hill with the message: ‘He is risen. Happy Easter.’