During a recent speech delivered over the weekend, former President Donald Trump heaped praise on the Republican Party and gave a huge thank you to his many supporters while also teasing a return to the White House for the GOP which he claimed would be “sooner than you think.”
“We’re going to take back the Senate, we’re going to take back the House, and we’re going to take back the White House sooner than you think,” Trump stated in a video that made its way around Twitter just before his North Carolina Republican Party Conference speech Saturday night.
“It’s going to be really something special. But the love and the affection and the respect you’ve given all of us, it’s really important,” he went on to say, adding, “The Republican Party is strong than it’s ever been, and it’s going to be a lot strong than it is right now.”
Despite social media rumors the former president was talking about an August return to the White House, advisers and those close to the president have denied he is maintaining that belief.
There are election audits being conducted in Arizona and potentially starting up in Pennsylvania, key battlegrounds that went to President Joe Biden, but Trump’s video did not mention election fraud or the audits before his anticipated address to the GOP in North Carolina, a state he won by around 70,000 votes last November.advertisement — content continues below
“We’re going to turn it around; we’re going to turn it around fast,” Trump concluded in the video. “Thank you all so very much. That support has been incredible. Thank you.”
Now, you can already hear liberal heads exploding all over the country at the mere mention of Trump making this statement. They’ll likely attempt to start spreading a false narrative that the former president is going to try and amass a force to take back the White House by force or something equally as stupid.
There are two ways to take this statement. Either Trump is referring to the fact that the next few years will fly by and that he will run for president and win, or he believe that he will end up being put back in office due to some sort of major evidence of voter fraud being discovered.
It’s unlikely he believes that last bit, so you can see what the most likely explanation for this comment is.