Donald Trump's speech
Former U.S. President Donald Trump, a Republican, believes that inflation in the country will continue to rise significantly.
"Current U.S. President Joe Biden and the Democrats in Congress have allowed the worst inflation in the country in 50 years 9.1 percent. The figure is rising and will rise very substantially," Donald John Trump said.
Also, according to his speech in Nevada, Trump blamed Democrats for high inflation and what he called an "invasion" on the southern border, and he supported Republicans, including Secretary of State candidate James Carl Marchant and Attorney General candidate Sigal Chattah.
However, most of his remarks completely ignored Nevada. Trump has repeatedly "attacked" Democratic President Joe Biden, complained about the United States as a "failed nation" and denounced investigations into his behavior as political attacks, including the Justice Department investigation into classified documents that Trump picked up after leaving office.
Moreover, Donald John Trump also hinted to everyone that he has plans to run in the U.S. presidential race in 2024, saying of his presidential election, "We might have to do it again," after which the crowd chanted "We want Trump."
The event marked Trump's second visit this cycle to a battlefield in Nevada, where Republicans are seeking to capitalize on high inflation and discontent with Democratic President Joe Biden to flip many federal and statewide seats held by Democrats, including a key U.S. Senate seat, three seats in the House and the governor's office.
It's worth noting that the speech marked Trump's second visit this cycle to a battlefield in Nevada, where Republicans are seeking to capitalize on high inflation and dissatisfaction with Democratic President Joe Biden to flip a host of federal and statewide seats held by Democrats, including a key U.S. Senate seat, three seats in the House and the governor's office.
During his last visit to Nevada, a trip to Las Vegas in July to support Joseph Michael Lombardo and Adam Paul Laxalt, Trump spoke out against Democratic crime policies, calling Nevada a "cesspool of crime." The former U.S. president echoed messages from that Las Vegas speech, attacking Democratic governor Stephen F. Sisolak as weak on crime and calling for the use of the death penalty to punish drug dealers.