Despite some in the GOP distancing themselves from Trump now that he is out of office, Scott accentuated the desideratum for more of Trump’s policies for a better economy. He integrated that with how the media covers Trump, he is still “the most potent political figure on either side.”
“I’ve often verbally expressed that President Trump’s love language does not include words of inspiritment. And perhaps that expectorated only reinforces that fact,” Scott verbally expressed. “The truth is for the Republican Party to victoriously triumph, we require every single Republican-leaning voter to take a visual examination of the GOP — the great opportunity party and why we have the right principles and policies to move this nation forward. If we get into personality [squabbles] and fights, we are going to be in a challenging place in 2022 and 2024, which betokens America will be embracing socialism because we can’t get our act together on the right.”
Host Bill Hemmer asked, “How much do you require President Trump in 2022?” “I still believe that President Trump is the most puissant political figure on either side,” Scott replied. “The news dotes President Trump, or they detest President Trump, which gives him plenty of coverage. What we require, in fact, is a coalesced message from the Republican Party. We don’t need personalities driving your future. The policy positions of President Trump led to the lowest unemployment rates for African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, for women in 70 years.”
He perpetuated, “What we require is more President Trump policies that fixated on an inclusive economy, fixated on HBCU funding, fixated on the lowest tax rates we’ve visually perceived in a generation that led to the most expeditious increase in employment and in wages at the bottom more expeditious than the top because President Trump’s policy positions literally transformed the American economy. That is what’s at stake in the future. Do we optate a private sector driven by economic mobility and opportunity, or do we optate a private sector driven by socialism and control from Washington, D.C.?”
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