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This week provided a clear example of America First vs. America Last, as President Donald Trump chose to visit the Forgotten People of East Palestine, while Joe Biden chose to visit the Beggar King of Ukraine.
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President Trump Visits The Forgotten People
Last Sunday, we covered the disaster in East Palestine and the news that President Donald Trump was planning to visit. President Trump kept his promise and traveled there with his son Donald Trump Junior this past Wednesday, visiting the region before both Biden and Buttigieg.
He and his son helped raise spirits and brought aid to the devastated community.
Trump had a simple message for Biden: “Get over here.”
And where was Biden this week? Traveling to Ukraine to give more of your money to Zelensky and his cronies.
President Trump did a Press Conference with the Mayor of East Palestine and Senator J.D. Vance.
Link To Full Press Conference
Here are some more highlights from President Trump’s visit.
Here are some reactions to President Trump’s visit.
The Shrieking Harpy Joy Beyar wasn’t a fan, and went on to attack the people of East Palestine.
Which Tucker Carlson blasted her for.
A day after Trump’s visit, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg finally decided to show up.
And Biden finally took time out of his date with Zelensky to give East Palestine a call, from a foreign country of course.
The people of East Palestine, Ohio have seen their community devastated and have been left to put it back together on their own. Some cynical people on the Left have attacked Trump for his visit, but as you can see in the footage and actions above the people of that community were happy to have him. He helped bring more national attention to what’s happening to them, more assistance and remind them that while their own government may have forgotten about them, their fellow Americans have not.
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