“We’re going to take America back,” Trump told a crowd at an Iowa rally.

Former President Donald Trump made a triumphant return to Iowa on Saturday for the first time since the 2020 presidential election and told a crowd of cheerful supporters that “we are going to take America back.”

Addressing a gathering of thousands at the state festival in Des Moines, Trump, who has not announced a bid for 2024., Biden and his trillions of dollars in infrastructure and spending legislation were blown up, saying Democrats were taking the country to the brink of ruin.

“We’re going to take America back,” he said in a 90-minute speech.

The former president also announced his 2020 victory over Biden in the hockey state by a margin of 53% to 45%.

“As devastating as the Biden administration has been, no one can blame the great state of Iowa, because, boy, we really did – we did very well here,” he said. “Iowa, what a place.”

Trump also unveiled a possible 2024 election slogan – “Make America Great Again – Again.”

Former President Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump made his supporters happy by bragging about the “Great State of Iowa”.
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Former President Donald Trump.
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His approval rating in Iowa is now higher than when he was in the White House.

Twenty-three percent said Ivans favored Trump, compared to 48 percent when he was in the White House. Des Moines Register / Media Work Iowa. The survey shows

Biden, on the other hand, has an improper rating of 37% and 61%.

Thousands gather for former President Donald Trump's rally at the Iowa State Fair Grounds in Dave Moines, Iowa on October 9, 2021.
Thousands gather for former President Donald Trump’s rally at the Iowa State Fair Grounds in Dave Moines, Iowa on October 9, 2021.
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A supporter during former President Donald Trump's rally at the Iowa State Fairgrounds
A supporter wears a “Trump Cape America Great” shepherd hat during former President Donald Trump’s rally at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.
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Former President Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump has twice denied allegations of electoral fraud in the 2020 presidential election during an Iowa rally.
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Trump also issued complaints about rigging in the 2020 presidential election and urged Republicans to vote in the 2022 midterm elections, in which the GOP is expected to regain control of the House and Senate. Will

“We must send a message to the fundamentalists that they will never forget,” he said.

Post with wires.

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