Donald Trump has all but officially announced his 2024 presidential campaign.
It’s almost guaranteed at this point that the Former President will hit the campaign trail in an effort to oust the Democrat regime once and for all. He’s unofficially kicking off his campaign by harkening back to 2016 when Trump promised to Drain the Swamp.
Not until Trump entered the White House did a majority of Americans finally learn about the group of high-level officials in D.C. actively working against the best interests of America while appeasing globalists, communists, and our adversaries. It’s a highly-known yet seldom talked about phenomenon — one that most Americans were totally unaware of — until now.
Former President Donald Trump divulged further into America’s ‘deep state’ problem during an interview over the weekend with conservative host Dan Bongino.
Trump opened up about certain aspects of D.C. bureaucracy, including how officials within his own administration actively sabotaged the MAGA agenda while working for globalist aims, arm-in-arm with the Democrat Party.
“Look, there is a deep state,” Trump said. “There is a group of people that are not doing a very good job for the country.”
There’s been talk of Trump’s radically transforming the structure of the federal government if he wins back the White House in 2024. This includes trimming parts of the Justice Department, the State Department, and the Pentagon, sources reveal. His former Secretary of Education Betsey DeVos has gone on record to advocate for the total destruction of the federal Department of Education.
Beyond the leaking of confidential information which plagued the administration, Trump said ‘deep state’ officials would deliberately “slow walk things” while assuring them assigned tasks were being worked on. The Former President claimed even people “who you would least expect” were deliberately sabotaging the MAGA agenda.
Trump went on to call the White House a “very unusual place,” one where presidents are typically guided by corporate forces and ‘deep state’ officials with a total disregard for campaign promises or the United States as a whole. According to Trump, this “happens to all presidents.”
Trump has all but announced a third run for the White House, and looking ahead, he argued the “most important thing is personnel.” Trump stressed he had “great people” in his administration and pinned the “bad ones” on recommendations he got from “RINOS” and other people. The longtime businessman also said “that could be handled,” a nod perhaps to his future political ambitions.
As in 2016, the Former President seems to be banking on draining the swamp as a key campaign focus. He mentioned the insidiousness of the “deep state” during a CPAC speech in Dallas on Saturday.
— Steven Cheung (@CaliforniaPanda) August 7, 2022
As brilliant as Donald Trump’s first White House term was, you sometimes get the sense that even he was unaware of just how insidious and fundamental the ‘Deep State’ truly is in Washington D.C.
Voters never elected a President quite like Donald Trump — a political outsider with virtually zero experience as a public official — and only until his first term were the American people even aware of just how crazy our bureaucracy truly is.
Author: Monica Hedren